Posts Tagged ‘writer’

Worldwide Horrors

Friday, October 31st, 2014

By Dale Spencer, @DaleSpencerwork I’ve just recovered from months of a pneumonia hardship, making it my worst horror for 2014. Now that I’m fully recovered, I’ve been thinking about worldwide horrors—the things lurking at night, haunting children’s dreams—the monsters. The most helpful monster listings (covered on many sites) I’ve provided for you monster enthusiast and/or writers searching […]

A Few Quick Writing Tips

Monday, January 27th, 2014

By Dale Spencer, @DaleSpencerwork After writing the first draft and its revisions, it’s always good to double check for the minor grammatical changes. I’ve listed a few quick writing tips (or US grammar rules) with examples below that are sometimes…forgettable. These rules may vary depending on the situation or country.

YA Trends 2013

Monday, June 10th, 2013

By Dale Spencer, @DaleSpencerwork Do you know what’s popular in Young Adult (YA) fiction? There are lots of opinions on the subject. According to Sarah Fisher at Pepperdine Magazine, “Vampires are done…After vampires, werewolves, and supernaturally strong girls saving a postapocalyptic planet had dominated pop culture since the late 2000s, publishers considered them at the point of […]

Did you know great dreams can inspire amazing action adventure stories?

Friday, May 10th, 2013

By Dale Spencer, @DaleSpencerwork “I confess…I’ve had an epic dream and I can’t stop writing about it.”–Dale Spencer My writing started with an unforgettable dream, a rare dream type I’ve experienced once. What is this dream you ask? Well, it goes by many names. You could call it a cosmic dream, epic dream, great dream, […]