Irreverence in Writing

Irreverence in Writing

I am a fan of irreverent literature. I like when writers push the envelope because it forces me to confront my own inhibitions and perspectives and causes me to question their validity within the context of someone else’s perspective. I am a firm believer in defining your world in an ever-changing, ever-growing process based on the information that is available to us. As a result, my world-view is always changing.

Consequently, any discussion that arises as a result of such an obscure writing style can bring even more angles and perspectives into play which widens the process and

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Come Write with us on the FE blog.

Come Write with us on the FE blog.

We’re looking for guest writers for our blog here on Free-eBooks.net and we wanted to get our community in on the action. We want you to share your experiences, motivations, challenges, and stories with us.

As authors, our primary aim is to tell our story. We dream up imaginative scenarios and people and we write about them. For the most part, it’s pointless if no one else reads about them – isn’t it? The whole idea behind writing is to provide entertainment for other people. If no one is being entertained, then what it boils down to is

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Editor’s Pick for May 8th, 2013

Editor's Pick for May 8th, 2013

This week’s pick is a piece by a two-author team. I have always been fascinated by co-authored books. Being a little of a loner and having done a smidgeon of writing myself, I can’t imagine how a co-author deal would work, yet we have seen it work time and again in all forms. I have to admit, again, to my penchant for the horror/thriller genre and say that genre is just about the only one I’ve seen a successful co-author project. (Think Stephen King and Peter Straub’s dual hits “The Talisman” and “Black House”) So I shouldn’t be

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