What Endever Is Up To

Writers, a friendly reminder: Only one day left to submit your short-stories for a chance to win $150 and publishing opportunities. Endever Publishing Studios has been hard at work on several things from tightening up our business plan and sharpening up our first book production that we’re certain will be  a beloved first book inContinue reading “What Endever Is Up To”

5 Days Left to Win $150

Writers! Win $150 for writing a 500-word short story. Only requirements are that you’re 13 or older and that the story is fictional. The entry fee is only $10. This fee goes toward the prize for the winner as well as helping Endver Publishing Studios get off the ground. Don’t miss out on this opportunity. Three finalists willContinue reading “5 Days Left to Win $150”

Writers: Jack Nicholson Lied to Us

You probably remember the movie As Good As it Gets, where Jack Nicholson’s character, Melvin Udall, is a racist, homophobic, sexist, anti-semetic, OCD, novelist. Personally, I love the movie. But there’s one thing in it that really irks me. The film continually cuts back to Melvin in his apartment sitting down at his computer and writing his umpteenthContinue reading “Writers: Jack Nicholson Lied to Us”

Ten Days Left! Don’t Miss Out

This is the shortest post you will likely see on this blog. Ready? There are only ten days left to submit your short story for a chance to win $150. Now I’m going to do that thing your bosses put on event memos because they think it’s hilarious and clever. (Me? I just think it’sContinue reading “Ten Days Left! Don’t Miss Out”

Why Help Build a Publishing Company?

Meet Joseph Neil Love, my third partner that forms the triangle of Endever’s founders and owners. Writers, you might related to this post quite a bit. Meet all three of us by clicking here. I’ve been pursuing writing since high school, when I won a county-wide writing contest (for the electric company, of all things).Continue reading “Why Help Build a Publishing Company?”

Ticking Clocks and Talking Writing: A Guest Post

I addressed the topic of not having enough time to write a couple of weeks ago, which you can read here. But when I learned my publishing guru had some more advice to share, I couldn’t help but ask her to write a guest post. Meet Ekta Garg, founder and owner of Prairie Sky Publishing. Continue reading “Ticking Clocks and Talking Writing: A Guest Post”

I Hope You Don’t Die So You Can Read This

I’m not good at many things, but I’m awesome at jinxing people. I’m also pretty incredible at not being like everyone else. And sometimes these two go hand-in-hand. For instance, I have two colleagues at work who leave a half-hour before I do and every time they leave I try to say things that otherContinue reading “I Hope You Don’t Die So You Can Read This”