The Internet Writing Journal
ISSN No. 1095-3973
Volume 2, Issue 2.
In This Issue:How did a successful entrepreneur turn into a successful author? Why is his new Millennium thriller stirring up so much controversy?
First time novelist Glenn Kleier talks with us about his debut novel, The Last Day which has thrilled critics and readers alike. Glenn talks about his background, his method of writing and how he came up with the idea for one of the hottest books on the shelves today.
Why did a successful cancer researcher leave a great career to write romance novels? How do you write a great love scene?
Auatralian author Stephanie Laurens set the romance field afire with her novel, Captain Jack's Woman which debuted to rave reviews and resulted in her being dubbed as a rising star in the romance genre. Stephanie chatted with us about her amazing career change, how she goes about writing those steamy love scenes and how her skills as a scientist helped her create romances that readers will cherish.
What's new on the bookshelves?
Visit our Book Review section to see what our reviewers have to say about the latest books. See our new reviews this month in these genres: cookbooks, mysteries, thrillers, general nonfiction, computers/web design, fantasy/horror, romance, SF and, of course, all the latest writing books.
The Lazy Scholar's Guide to Writing a Term Paper
Come meet The Lazy Scholar, your guide to writing freshman and sophomore college term papers. Let the Lazy Scholar show you how to create a term paper efficiently and painlessly.
You've Finished Writing the Play: Now What? (Part I)
Troy M. Hughes talks you through getting your manuscript polished and ready to submit in this two part series that will help you get your play performed.
Tries Hard, Could Do Better or History of A Man "Born to be a Writer"
Popular British crime writer Alex Keegan reveals the rocky path he took to success, from having his poems used as an example of what not to do to being a successful mystery author. Struggling writers will find inspiration in this story of a man "born to be a writer".
Ever looked at a greeting card and said, "Hey, I could do that!"?
Well, maybe you can. Greg Knollenberg tells you how the Web can help in his article, "Using the Internet to Crack the Greeting Card Market".
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