For today’s post, I have assembled some blog-writing tips and ideas that I think will help you out in your blog-writing journey, so, enjoy!
Month: July 2020
A poem by Thomas Hardy about chance and “hap” penstance.
Oscar Wilde’s “My Voice.” A poem about relationships ending and how the memories of love are not always reciprocated.
This is the part of the blog I was looking forward to when I first started publishing pieces […]
I have been a longtime fan of famous last quotes and stories about interesting deaths, because, well, morbid curiosity, I suppose. As it turns out, and as it relates to this blog, writers have suffered some pretty strange deaths, too. So, today, let’s take a closer look at a few!
Not much of a post today, but I wanted to share a solid documentary about a writer that I am going to spotlight soon: Edgar Allen Poe.
Another writer in the long history of interesting literature stories, Phillis Wheatley was a dynamite poet and author who lived a somewhat tragic life in the American colonies.
A poem about escapism, beauty, nostalgia, and reality by W. B. Yeats.
A poem about unrequited love by William Wordsworth.
George Bernard Shaw is definitely a fascinating character and produced some fine work, so let’s take a brief look at the man’s life and career!