Write 2 Be Magazine

For the Artists Who Like to Remain Strictly Out of the Box

Letter from the Editor

I have recently started writing poetry again.  It’s been a few years since I’ve even been inspired to write poetry again but the poetic urge somehow was there at the … Continue reading

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Learning To Use Your Imagination by Rosalinda Flores-Martinez

At the moment I am too rational. As I am too rational, I become rigid and seriously focused on what I am doing, like work in the office, objective tests, … Continue reading

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Use Emotional Memories to Power Your Writing by Tim Schoch

I remember this vividly. I was in sixth grade. I was confused about my attraction to a girl who made no secret that she loved another boy. Still, she paid … Continue reading

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Visualize Your Story by Logan K. Scott

Many writers, especially screenwriters, see their work played out as if it were a movie. When it comes to creative writing, the brain generally processes information visually. It’s the same … Continue reading

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Write That I May See You by Richard L Cheney

Ernest Hemingway once said, “There is nothing to writing. All you have to do is sit at the typewriter and bleed.” I should be the last to say he was … Continue reading

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Wielding Your Poetic License by Jeremiah P Walton

Poetic license is defined as; “The liberty taken by an artist or a writer in deviating from conventional form or fact to achieve a desired effect.” -The Free Dictionary Your … Continue reading

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How to Give Your Poems the Edge in Competitions by Shelley C Bowers

Entering poetry competitions can be fun and sometimes very profitable. The prizes can range from simply being published to thousands of pounds! Yes, there really are competitions that offer huge … Continue reading

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Creative Writing: Building Plot Through the Setting by Logan K. Scott

Which comes first, the plot or the setting? Does your plot create the setting or does the setting create the plot? For every writer, the answer is different. Location should … Continue reading

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Beginners Guide to Writing Fantasy Novels by Tracy Falbe

Your passion to create what you love has drawn you to fantasy writing. Because you love reading fantasy fiction, you want to truly become part of the genre and contribute … Continue reading

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How to Create Lands for Fantasy Worlds by Christopher A Alcock

Fantasy world creation can be either a very easy thing or a very difficult thing depending on how imaginative you are and whether or not you know how to approach … Continue reading

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Writing Historical Fiction – The Details Are Important by Carmel M Audsley

I like nothing better than bunkering down at my computer on a cold, rainy day and writing about people in far flung places from another time. I am transported to … Continue reading

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Interview of Maya Angelou on The Heaven and Earth Show by Hannah Mayo

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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger: Looking For Alaska by John Green

One of the things John Green is incredibly good at is making me cry. Not in a personal way, although if I was to meet the incredible man himself I … Continue reading

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Blog Spotlight: Shawn L. Bird blog by Shawn L. Bird

This blog is packed with a lot of things that are helpful for a writer who wants to read some good poetry, or a writer who just wants to get … Continue reading

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Spoken Word Poetry: Who Am I by Nate Williams

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Spoken Word Poetry: Depression & Teach Me by Rachel Rensby

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Writing Workshops You May Want To Check Out

Here are some writing workshops that are approaching that you may not know about yet:  Chesapeake Writers’ Conference at St. Mary’s College of Maryland Application deadline: Rolling The Chesapeake Writers’ … Continue reading

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Feature Book Review by Chloe Metzger

Others of my kind by James Sallis Jenny Rowan has spent years re-building her life. After being kidnapped at the age of eight by a paedophile and kept under his … Continue reading

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Author Interview with A.J. Williams

AJ has always had a passion for empowering women, especially the portrayal of women in media. From this passion AJ started her own media production company. A.Willa Media is named … Continue reading

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Spoken Word Poetry: Open-Hearted Beauty by Ahlaam Loves

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Blog Spotlight: The Sweetie Pie Blog by LaMonique Hamilton

This blog is focused on motivating creative individuals everywhere to get moving on accomplishing their goals and dreams in a Positive, Innovating, and Engaging way.  I have followed her blog … Continue reading

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Write 2 Be Writing Challenge for February- Vision Boards

So I am inspired by my friend and fellow writer, LaMonique Hamilton and her wonderful circle of creative friends that she has in North Carolina where she resides who had … Continue reading

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What’s Coming Up For the Write 2 Be Brand

Ebook Series This ebook series will be focusing on motivating and inspiring writers and artists who are struggling with their own fears and their insecurities when it comes to following … Continue reading

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HBO’s “Game of Thrones” – George R.R. Martin Interview with Walt Mossberg

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How to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others & Why it Destroys Your Confidence with Ishita Gupta from Fearless Magazine

Ishita Gupta helps you build confidence and power into your life & business so you feel in control, instead of overwhelmed. If you’re struggling with fear, stress, indecision, or healing … Continue reading

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CBS Interview with Dean Koontz

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How to Handle Uncertainty and Finally Let Go with Ishita Gupta from Fearless Magazine

Ishita Gupta helps you build confidence and power into your life & business so you feel in control, instead of overwhelmed. If you’re struggling with fear, stress, indecision, or healing … Continue reading

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