A Study

By Dena Linn    Three shorts, different points of view Questions to ponder:  Which one do you like best? And why? Please respond in the Comment Section below.   1- I’m on the Road Carry-on backpack and ultra-light four-wheeled luggage weighing in under...


By Aletta Bee       What Is Procrastination? Being a word-nerd, I immediately went to the dictionary to see the derivation. The “pro” part means forward. That, put together with “cras”, which means tomorrow, gives us a meaning of putting something forward...

The Quest for a Genre

By Ana Paulina Lipster My Literary Future As an adolescent of maybe thirteen or fourteen years old, I had my first traumatic event concerning my literary and intellectual future. It was an enormous shock, the realisation I would never achieve reading all the books on...

Where do you write?

By Jonathan Byrd  Where do you write? I recall once seeing an ad where someone was asking about a long-term rental either in the woods or on a lake so they could write their story. That may well be the place they need to go to write, but one can write anywhere....

The Sign of Life

By Lawrence Urban “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” ~ Thomas Merton What is it about life, and living things, in the ways they communicate to one another in a non-verbal manner? We humans look in the eyes of other people when they...

In Media Res

By L.K. Blair In Media Res Jumping into the action In media res is a Latin expression that means “in the middle of things” or “in the midst of things.” My husband, who walks and talks in his sleep (and has done so since a young boy), unwittingly applies...

What Changed Me?

By Kathleen Osborne What Changed Me? WOW. Can you believe how fast time flies? Just last year, I began working in a local market selling my books. It changed me. Have you found when you get involved with someone or something new, you’re not the same afterwards? Let me...

A Storyteller’s Aha Moment

By L'Michelle Bleu L'Eau Have you ever had an insight? As a storyteller, earlier this year I experienced one. It occurred while watching the Grammy Awards and the Super Bowl. You might wonder why what I saw inspired me. Both shows lured potential viewers with...

How to Dream to Creativity

by Dena Linn Use your dreams to spark your creativity. A painting, print or sculpture, symbols, and words, all these can stop you dead in the tracks of life, requiring that you to ponder for that second on the meaning or lack thereof. Was it a simple crazy idea...

Comments? Thoughts? Feedback?

Our Transcendent Authors would enjoy hearing from you about our newsletters. Drop us a line.

We’d love to hear

from you

2 + 10 =


Romance / Love Stories

Thrillers / Mystery Stories


Sci-Fi and Fantasy