The Connection Between POV and Your Storyteller’s Voice presented by Karen Duvall | Monday, April 7 thru April 20 | Yahoo! Groups | Online Class
The Writer’s Conquest: Marketing for Today’s Author presented by Thomas A. Fowler | April 12, 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Read More
By Susan Spann
Last month’s RMFW #PubLaw post talked about contract language authors want to see when juggling multiple contracts for different types of rights.
This month, we’ll take a look at the other clauses authors need to watch for. Read More
By Kerry Schafer
Finish the damn book.
I know you’ve heard this before. You’ve heard it from writers far more well known than I am, people like Neil Gaiman and Stephen King. There’s even a Finish the Damn Book Contest out there you can enter, if you need that kind of encouragement. Read More
By Lucinda Stein
History. Research. “Bah, humbug!” some might say. But as an author, I’ve found writing historical fiction brings surprising benefits. Read More
By Pamela Nowak
I feel as if I fell down a rabbit hole. But instead of Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle Dee, I encountered a score of similarly-dressed fiction sub-genres. They were nearly identical. Here and there, one had a sash or hat or tie or button that was a different color. Read More
Congratulations to Amy Gregg
who won a copy of Season of Evil, Season of Dreams by Jan Weeks
because she visited Jan’s guest blog post and left a comment.
Amy is also an author and can be found on Facebook. Read More
A couple of weeks ago, I woke up and started my usual routine of preparing for work. I work at home so I have a short commute to my office: down the hall, take a left at the entryway, and an immediate right through a set of double doors. Read More
By Lori DeBoer
“It is easy to write. Just sit in front of your typewriter and bleed.”
Ernest Hemingway likely wasn’t recommending that one literally open a vein. I think. Read More
I started off my February post here by mentioning I’d been busy lately. In fact, I had to check because I started off this post in almost the exact same way.
However, it’s less me running in the same rut than that things haven’t really let up yet. Read More
By J.A. Kazimer
My name is Julie and I’m an author.
You know I’m telling the truth, because it says so right there on that book —>
Anyway, people are always asking questions. The big one is “Would you like fries with that?” but sometimes the questions relate to being an author. Read More