The ouroboros eats its tail, and so another year begins. Here's what I have planned.
Care for a little truth-or-dare-style sharing?
Sometimes when an author meets another author, and they love each other very much, they put their stories together and a new book baby is born.
What is asexuality, and how does it factor into fiction? A guest post by author Cass Lennox.
A friend of mine tagged me last month to play a blog game he created. I wasn't sure if I would participate; I don't always, especially when I'm already feeling overwhelmed with work and other responsibilities. But this time I actually have something to offer in the form of a sneak peak into the sequel … Continue reading Romance and mystery with indie authors and the “First Day, First Paragraph” tag
Indie authors have held a special place in my heart for as long as I can remember. As an indie myself, I know what it takes to write, edit, publish, and market a book all on one's own. It's hard - but it's also incredibly rewarding. The author I'm talking about today knows exactly what … Continue reading When life gives you lemons, turn them into something resembling lemonade. [Interview with Author Gabriel Wright]
Ever read a great tagline, and knew you had to know more about that book and author? "A debt is owed" tugs you out of your internet zombification and makes you pay attention. What is this book about? And who came up with it? That's what I wanted to know about The Glass Thief and … Continue reading A debt is owed. [Interview]
I love learning about new authors, so earlier this year I put out a call to a couple of writing groups on Facebook asking for authors to interview. I got a monumental reply, and I'm finally making my way through them all. This is one of the authors whose works stuck out to me. I … Continue reading Going down the horror section with Frank Martin. [Interview]
What first made me want to interview lesbian fiction author G Benson was the fact that, well, she wrote fiction about women who love women. I dig that. I'm a woman who likes women. (To my wife, who will read this one day: just you, baby. Just you.) And I love reading fiction that reflects … Continue reading The Opposite of White, Cis, Straight Men in Fiction with Author G Benson [Interview]
Last month, I asked a few of the peopole in my writing group for a guest post, and Emily Selleck was one of those who was kind enough to oblige. She's a riot - fun, happy, and full of great ideas. This is her take on that most hectic and brilliant of adventures: NaNoWriMo. Why … Continue reading Three Things NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me: Guest Post by Emily Selleck