Monthly Archives: August 2011

Picking a Publisher

by Crymsyn Hart Over the years, I’ve had some really good experiences with different e-publishers and I’ve had some really bad ones. Some have gone under and left me high and dry. Some have stumbled into ambiguity with the higher … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain Tragedy at Bostian Bridge – One Year Later As some of you may remember, a young man lost his life one year ago while attempting to see the infamous ghost train of Bostian Bridge. CAPS takes its … Continue reading

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You can’t go home again, and neither can your characters.

by Gail Z. Martin Contrary to Bon Jovi’s experience, most of us find that going home after we’ve left is at best bittersweet and at worst impossible.  That’s true, I’m convinced, because not only are we not the same people … Continue reading

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Panster or Plotter?

by Crymsyn Hart Have you ever had something start off as a funny, passing idea, and then before you know it, that idea has greatly taken over your brain and infected you. I’m sure it happens to everyone even those … Continue reading

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Life Happens and ya gotta roll with it…

By J. f. Lewis Almost everyone has heard the song “Don’t Stop Believe’n”. And there are many days that is what writing is all about. If you’re a Pantser, like me, you believe that all the little things you are … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain My apologies to the readers for my post being late.  I will strive to do a better job going forward. Plan B Sometimes the “B” stands for Best.  We had to cancel a recent private investigation … Continue reading

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Best summer movies so far.

by Gail Z. Martin I don’t ask much from my movies.  A few explosions, some impossible but cool special effects, and a little magic. With Netflix and Redbox, we have gotten pretty choosy about which movies we see in the … Continue reading

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It’s not about staying behind the desk

by Crymsyn Hart When I first started writing, I never thought beyond the world I was building or the characters I was creating. Eventually, I would have to do edits on the book. Of course, first I had to find … Continue reading

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THE LUDDITES WERE RIGHT

By: C.J. Henderson The Luddites, to make a short and inadequate explanation of a much more complicated movement, were folks who were against mechanical advancement. Worrying over the grim reality of losing jobs to automation goes back to the Industrial … Continue reading

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Good-bye, Harry.

by Gail Z. Martin OK, I’ll say it.  I’m going to miss Harry Potter. For the last ten years, we’ve either had a book or a movie to look forward to, and I enjoyed every single one of them.  I … Continue reading

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