Silly Ways to Advertise Your Book

In a recent Steemit post, I talk about absurd and silly ways you could advertise your first book: This article came from a conservation about my first book, now available on Amazon:

My Latest Short Story: “The Best in the Business”

Sometimes, I write fiction. Recently, I submitted a 300-word short story to a contest by which has an interesting feature: every story that gets submitted gets posted for 1 month until the contest ends. So, even if you don't win the contest, you get exposure as a writer. I highly recommend submitting to this contest. …

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10 Tips for Surviving a Universal Monster Movie

With Halloween coming up next month, I decided to finish watching Universal Studios' best-known monster movies (Frankenstein, Dracula, The Invisible Man, The Mummy, The Creature from the Black Lagoon). I've already mentioned one of these movies in a recent article, and plan to analyze another in an article I'll release at the end of October. For now, …

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Six-Word Story

6-word short stories are interesting. One of the most famous ones is attributed to Ernest Hemingway and goes like this: For sale: baby shoes, never worn. I recently finished a round of short stories for a contest, here's one of the ones that didn't make the final cut, titled "Later": Somehow, I forget her every day.

A Great Article on Living Abroad

Recently, I had the chance to talk with Hope Bolinger, a fellow Taylor University student, about the struggles of growing up overseas and transitioning from one culture to another. She wrote an excellent article on the topic, quoting me and several Taylor University faculty members who've had multicultural childhoods. You can check  it out here on the website …

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