Storm Storyteller: A Q&A with New York Times’ Bestselling Author Kim Cross

  The day I spoke with Alabama author Kim Cross, it was on the one-year anniversary of her first book being published. The Alabama native and contributing editor with Southern

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Talking Story with Flight of Dreams Author on the Anniversary of the Hindenburg Disaster

On May 6, 1937 the German passenger airship the Hindenburg disintegrated in a fiery crash in Lakehurst, New Jersey. The disaster killed 36 passengers and 61 crewmen, and became the stuff of legend

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The ‘Atlanta Beltline Guy’ Talks Future of Cities in Where We Want to Live

Today, The Writing Well is celebrating Earth Day a few days late with this insightful interview with Atlanta urban designer Ryan Gravel, author of Where We Want to Live: Reclaiming

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Visuals Matter

BrightCarbon’s Richard Goring Shares Why Infographics can Drive Compelling Proposals Writing winning proposals goes beyond just powerful executive summaries and value propositions: visuals play a role, too. Attending my first

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Children’s Author Brings Love of Space to Young Readers

There’s something captivating about space exploration that ignites the imagination. I felt it as a child watching Star Trek, and it’s evident in the public interest in the ISS, NASA,

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This month marks the 50-year anniversary of the classic Star Trek series.  The story of the starship Enterprise, first envisioned by Gene Roddenberry, and its five-year mission to “explore new

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Vodka, Vice & Collaborative Writing

Two Amazon indie authors, Angela J. Conrad and Kathy Hesser Skrzypczak, have never met face to face. That hasn’t stopped them from leveraging their mutual passion for storytelling to co-write

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Atlanta suspense writer Susan Crawford has a knack for putting her readers inside the minds of her troubled characters. She also knows how to grab readers and keep them hanging

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The Writing Well celebrates storytelling in all its forms, and I am thrilled  to post a unique blog  with some of the social media “storytellers” invited by NASA to observe

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             Great storytellers are my favorite people – they have energy and a curiosity for life; they are students of human nature and what drives

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