I dream I saw an eye, a pretty eye, In your hands, Glittering, wet and sickening Like a dull onyx set in a crown of thorns. I did not know you were dead When you dropped it in my lap. When horrors of human sacrifice Have you seen, executioner? What […]
Giftedminds Writers Firm launches the fastest writing assistantship to help with working from home at this critical time. “Hire a Writer” is developed to be the fastest and easiest platform to get over 100 writing assistance to support offices and students as the world battles the outbreak of COVID-19. “Hire […]
Giftedminds Writers Magazine is introducing a rating system for contents on it site. The rating of contents on the site will serve several positive purposes. By rating the contents you read on our site, you have helped with the following: Vote the best content of the Week. Raised our awareness […]
We invite you to learn about the Kauai Writers Conference, November 9 to 15, 2020. Set in one of Kauai’s loveliest resorts, it features a faculty of beloved bestselling authors, carefully chosen as brilliant writers who are also gifted teachers, including: Richard Russo Meg Wolitzer Luis Urrea Lauren Groff Christina […]
Why do we put so much emphasis on the lifestyle associated with being a “boss,” and so little on the tenacity it takes to become one? We see so many glamorized depictions of entrepreneurship on social media, like foreign cars, trips overseas and designer wardrobes, but rarely do we get […]
Whether you’re just starting out as a copywriter or you’ve been running a freelance business for a while now, you may be operating on several levels at this point. For instance, you may be working on your skills, searching for that dream client, trying to ﬁgure out how to send […]
MICRO HISTORY is a study or account of the history of a very specific subject; also a study of a very small cultural change.
MACRO HISTORY is a form of large scale history dealing with large groups of cultures over very long time period.
…you are the ultimate measure of how far you’ll go in life.” – Henry Ukazu I was once approached by a friend on how I do my things to yield results. He prodded because he felt tempted that I am a playful, jovial and naughty type; and yet, I am […]
“I think the most valuable resource for writing is confidence, since everything from the vagaries of publishing to writing itself can wear you down.” “When you are writing, you are so in your own head that it can be hard to know if the work is brilliant or a failure, […]
The girl with the long hair she has the prettiest smile. And her beauty don’t just come from her great sense of style. Her gorgeous face is something that I would die for. She’s the whole package there’s nothing more I can ask for. She has the perfect skin tone […]
What should I do after I have failed? This is hard! I mean it is emotionally and societally hard to live again after failing. Sometimes, we get this feeling of something hanging right there in the throat, choking and squeezing the breath out of us. Our society hates failure and […]
“When the unexpected happens, what we have to do is simply to brace up ourselves and face it. No matter how devastating it could be, you can’t fear a battle you are not aware of. However, you withers at the instance you are aware of a battle and you failed […]
Will is what gives you the power to rise, to visualise, to conquer. It is from your will that you will discover that there is nothing that will offer you cheap rewards;
Poetry is a unique genre of writing. While there are many forms of poetry that have certain specifications, poetry as a whole is a genre that allows a lot of author creativity. It doesn’t have to be a daunting task. It can be a lot of fun if you embrace […]
Unwillingly Miranda wakes, Feels the sun with terror, One unwilling step she takes, Shuddering to the mirror. Miranda in Miranda’s sight Is old and gray and dirty; Twenty-nine she was last night; This morning she is thirty. Shining like the morning star, Like the twilight shining, Haunted by a calendar, […]