Monthly Archives: August 2011

Natural Assumptions (Time Traveling Vampires and Comics?)

By J. F. Lewis In short, don’t forget to make them when you are world building or plotting. That’s it. You can go home. Lesson learned. No? Okay. For example: (spoilers for those of you following Flashpoint: Batman). In the … Continue reading

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Paranormally Speaking

By Tina R. McSwain Every Paranormal Investigator’s Nightmare… Evidence review.  Our team normally sets at least 10 stationery cameras, along with 2 or 3 roving cameras.  Couple this with audio recorders carried by everyone, you have quite the load of … Continue reading

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Hats

by Casey Daniels Writers wear a whole lot of hats, and lately, I’ve been getting a chance to try on every one of them. Recently, it was the editing hat. I got the copy edits for “Wild, Wild Death,” book … Continue reading

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Copy edits—small changes that make big differences

by Gail Z. Martin I’ve just turned in copy edits on two books (The Dread and the next book in my social media series), and will do edits on a third book (the new Thrifty Author title) next week.  And … Continue reading

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First Time Author Mistakes

by Crymsyn Hart It’s been over ten years since I’ve first started to seriously look to get involved with the publishing world. I had graduated college with BFA in writing, had a complete novel that had been critiqued by a … Continue reading

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The Male/Female Author

By J. F. Lewis Yesterday, I had my first chat with a book club via Chatzy as part of their examination of the differences between male and female authors in urban fantasy. It was a very interesting experience and I … Continue reading

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