You’ve landed here on the Cresting Wave website because you’re interested in writing and getting your work published. What do you want to write about? How do you want to write it? Those may seem inane questions but they are fundamental to your project.
Every writer dreams of escaping the daily grind for a bit of peace and quiet to focus on their craft, and when you finally decide to turn that dream into a reality, you will quickly find out that there are hundreds, if not thousands,
“He saw nothing and heard nothing but he could feel his heart pounding and then he heard the clack on stone and the leaping, dropping clicks of a small rock falling.” – Ernest Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls
A society that tells you to feel rewarded by work and guilty about pleasure isn’t a society that cares about you. Read a book and ignore them.
Want to get on the wrong side of every editor, agent, and publisher in the business? Here you go!
One day, you woke up and realized just how many emails you receive offering to teach you the secrets to writing success for one low, never-before-offered price. By Melissa DeVrieze
Shirley Jackson stories you should read before the government sacrifices you to the economy
Without an outline, it is entirely possible that the writer will have continuity issues within their story. Without a framework, the story may meander, go on for a few chapters on some tangent, while meanwhile losing the reader.
We are entering a strange dimension of the Twilight Zone. It is vital during this time to keep ourselves and our families occupied at home, while we limit exposure to coronavirus.
Each of these essential reads comes from an accomplished writer (Lamott, King and Bradbury), inviting their ilk to peek into their past and learn from their process.