This leading fantasy author is renowned for his complex fantasy worlds. In this six-part series for students at Brigham Young
During the #AtoZ Blog Challenge of April, I started following Susanna J Sturgis of Write Through It, and she brought
In the middle of doing the A to Z Blog Challenge, I can’t help hearing Big Bird singing the Alphabet
Instead of looking down at your phone screen, why not “look up” and see what’s hidden in the flaked paint
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The Danger of a Single Story Andrew Stanton: The Clues to a Great Story Amy Tan:
Best-selling Italian novelist Umberto Eco here advises aspiring writers not to take themselves too seriously, but to go step by
This is one of my favorite Weird Al parodies. Hope you enjoy the Friday Fun!
Looking through YouTube, I found this really cool Animated Short about ‘the history of typography’. Enjoy! A paper-letter animation about