Quote for the Week
“Exercise the writing muscle every day, even if it is only a letter, notes, a title list, a character sketch, a journal entry. Writers are like dancers, like athletes. Without that exercise, the muscles seize up.” –Jane Yolen
Many writers find it challenging to keep writing. The trick is to keep the skill sharp. No matter what else is on the agenda, finding time to write regularly exercises your skills.
Even seasoned writers can get out of the habit. The ability never leaves you but it may become rusty, so a little writing each day is always a welcome way to stay practiced.
To get your book finished, arrange your schedule to write multiple times a week.
Featured Realization Press Release in 2016
Life Turned Inside Out
Life Turned Inside Out by Regina Orraca is more than a romance story. You won’t find any ripped bodices, but you will read some significant insights into life after marriage.
After more than ten years together, Rafael and Maria’s marriage is in crisis. Circumstances escalate the problem and the marriage dies. This is the story of the rebirth of these two people as individuals told from their separate points of view. Find out how they manage to rise from the ashes of their marriage.
Check it out on Amazon here.
Great Reads from 2015
Grandfather Poplar is a wonderful young adult novel by Diana Henderson.
Imagine the forest you roamed throughout childhood was threatened and a development company was going to chop down all the trees. Wouldn’t you be compelled to save all the inhabitants of those woods? Join Melissa as she and her companions rally to try to preserve this pristine forest.
This e-book is available on Amazon here.
Casey’s Christmas is a children’s story for all ages. Written and Illustrated by W.R.Heustis, this charming story could become a Christmas classic. The tale of an orphan left during Christmas break at a boarding school expands our sensitivity to those around us and their hidden stories.
This book is available on Amazon here.