This playful jest at heavy-handed plot devices makes for a comical atmosphere, but this novel stays out of the zone of satire, not only maintaining the real dangers of superheroes blending with non-powered society, but touching on the real world issues of today, including nationalism, racism, sexuality, and if the “common good” really is good. … More The Writer’s Will Reviews: Not Your Sidekick by C.B. Lee
Volume 3 of Black Gril Magic Lit Mag feature four new short stories, a spotlight, and an excerpt from soon to be released, To Find You, by Cerece Rinnie Murphy. It’s magical. It’s black. It’s lit. … More The Writer’s Will Reviews: Black Girl Magic Vol. 3
Vol 2 of Black Girl Magic literary magazine returns as magical and black as ever with six new short stories, interviews, and a spotlight for an up and coming author and her novel, Cosmic Callisto Caprica and the Missing Rings of Saturn. … More The Writer’s Will Reviews: Black Girl Magic Vol. 2
The inaugural edition of Black Girl Magic features five short stories that range in genre from dystopian, steampunk horror, and science fiction, all featuring black leading casts. … More The Writer’s Will Reviews: Black Girl Magic Vol. 1
Perfect Liars is a novel that brings the troubles of everyday teenage life – including crushes, fear of becoming your parents, and living up to expectation – to the precipice of adult issues with morality, the criminal justice system, and finding your worth in society. … More The Writer’s Will Reviews: Perfect Liars by Kimberly Reid
In a self-aware society where diverse writers have been creating representational stories, why’s the world of literature so monochromatic? What we’re facing isn’t a lack of diversity; it’s the obscuring of that diversity. … More Whispers in the Crowd: Where Diverse Stories Really Are
The Writer’s Will is a literary blog for diverse writers and diverse stories, and is the collective unconscious that connects all storytellers. … More What is The Writer’s Will?