literature

Best corporate culture and workplace literature to better your workplace experience. Journal's favorite stories.

  • Alexander Poe
    Published 22 days ago
    The Pens

    The Pens

    The Pens
  • Anangsha Alammyan
    Published about a month ago
    Why I Didn't Make Any Money in 6 Years of Writing

    Why I Didn't Make Any Money in 6 Years of Writing

    I have been publishing my work online since 2014. I put together my first book in 2018; the second and the third came out in 2019. I have over 65,000 followers on all the platforms I am present on.
  • Mady Evans
    Published about a month ago
    Pie Crust

    Pie Crust

    The blueberry pies haven’t been made. Ms. Kate comes in early every morning to make the pies fresh from scratch. And they weren’t made. There goes my breakfast.
  • Leigh Fisher
    Published 2 months ago
    Should You Edit, Rewrite, or Shelf Your Dusty Old Novel?

    Should You Edit, Rewrite, or Shelf Your Dusty Old Novel?

    How do you feel about going back to your old work and trying to revise it?
  • Ashley Beeby
    Published 3 months ago
    How Perfectionism is Killing your Characters.

    How Perfectionism is Killing your Characters.

    In life I strive to be a better version of myself. ‘Better’ can look like:
  • Meadow Leight-Bell
    Published 5 months ago
    Insubordination

    Insubordination

    "Don't ever turn the dryer timer counterclockwise," the repairman told me. He will have to get a part and come back in a couple of days. Meanwhile, I will be without a working dryer. Admittedly, I must have known not to turn electronic dials backward. My dad is an electrician, after all. But, somewhere along the way, I fell into the habit of taking a short cut.
  • Jessie White
    Published 8 months ago
    Book Trailers
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 11 months ago
    How Should I Edit My Story?

    How Should I Edit My Story?

    Writers come in different shapes and sizes. Some of us write as much as we can in one day, never counting the words, and taking a day or two off to percolate. Some of us make certain to follow a stringent routine of no less than 2,000 words a day. Whatever works for you works for you, but after a novel has been written, it's imperative to edit that novel.
  • David Alexander English
    Published about a year ago
    Enoch

    Enoch

    Chapter/Episode ONE of ENOCH—The Movie—A Work In Progress—from ENOCH the Metaphysical Novel by David Alexanders English (C2018) The inspiration for this work has always been the incredible story of Enoch. There has been so much mystique and misunderstanding around this character down through the years. It is a wonder and a testament that this singular figure holds such a revered and curious place in the fascination of so many thinking people of all cultural traditions to this day, regardless of whatever belief system to which one subscribes. The goal was to humanize this character; by positing the notion: what if he really existed; then envisioning, fleshing out how might his story have actually occurred.
  • Rosanna Teale
    Published about a year ago
    The View from the Dog House (Pt. 7)

    The View from the Dog House (Pt. 7)

    Some authors write in a particular genre and all their work relates to that genre. Crime, horror, fantasy, sci-fi, romance—these spring to mind instantly. When asked, she who thinks she must be obeyed at all times says she writes character driven fiction. However, within this you have a whole raft of themes.
  • Rosanna Teale
    Published about a year ago
    The View from the Dog House (Pt. 6)

    The View from the Dog House (Pt. 6)

    The short answer is that it can do. People who read Rosy Teale's books who know her say they recognise bits of her in various characters. People are generally interesting to observe so when you are writing character driven fiction it is only natural to draw on these observations sometimes.
  • Alex G. Zarate
    Published about a year ago
    Dark

    Dark

    “The dark moments we face in life are not barriers to success. They are what shape us, teach us and inevitably strengthen us to become stronger than we were before. In the end, they are mere bumps along your road to victory. Onwards!”