Monthly Archives: June 2011

Molly and Jane Revisited

by Faith Hunter www.faithhunter.net https://www.facebook.com/official.faith.hunter https://www.facebook.com/janeyellowrock Evan: Today at Witch Central, the interview/blog spot for all things witchy, hosted by the Everhart sisters, we are posting an interview with Jane Yellowrock, the Cherokee shape-shifter / skinwalker who hunts rogue-vampires for … Continue reading

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Why Published Writers Love Cons

by Gail Z. Martin Go to any literary or multi-media convention and you’ll see a slew of published writers.  Now everyone knows that writers are shy and introverted (or not), so why do they brave the crowds to spend precious … Continue reading

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Favorite Character

by Crymsyn Hart Who is your favorite character? What actor would you see playing that favorite character? What makes one of your characters so endearing to you that you always mention them or write about them? Who, as a reader, … Continue reading

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The Time Traveling Vampire

By J. F. Lewis Time travel for the average vampire presents certain obvious problems, depending on how the vampire actually accomplishes the task. With minute and effective control over the exact time (ie. via some sort of H. G. Wells-style … Continue reading

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Fights, Perils, Barriers, and Annoyances: The art of the middle

by James Maxey http://dragonprophet.blogspot.com/ So, I’m currently well past the halfway mark of the first draft of my tenth novel, Hush. When I started the book, I knew exactly how it began, since it starts just a week after my … Continue reading

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Cemeteries

by Casey Daniels It’s no secret that I love old cemeteries. After all, it was in a cemetery that I originally got the idea for my Pepper Martin mysteries. As to why I was in that cemetery in the first … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain Physician, heal thyself.  How many times have we heard this metaphor?  Why is it that the caretaker often forgets to care for themselves?  In the case of a “Cleanser” such as myself, this can become downright … Continue reading

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Cons 101

by Gail Z. Martin If you’ve never been to a sci-fi convention, you’re missing the heart of fandom.  Conventions (referred to as “cons”) are gatherings devoted to books, movies, gaming where likeminded people can get together and have a good … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Soul

by Crymsyn Hart This past weekend I took the day and drove up to ConCarolinas here in Charlotte to say hello to my fellow bloggers, Tina, Jeremy, and Gail. It was great to see them. I was also there to … Continue reading

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The Words Escape…

By J. F. Lewis Blog. Bloggity. Blog. Blog. Blog. It seems simple. From mind to fingertips then out onto the white expanse of nothing, generating words which will be of use to aspiring authors, amusing to readers, and please your … Continue reading

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