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Turning Back to Epic Fantasy

by David B. Coe Like Gail, I have written in several fantasy subgenres over the course of my career, most recently taking on contemporary urban fantasy (with my Case Files of Justis Fearsson trilogy) and historical urban fantasy (with the … Continue reading

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Q&A with Natalie Silk

1. What is the title of your newest book or short story?  What’s it about?  Where can readers find it? The title is Stars’ Fire, science fiction for young adults. Dahliea Gherac, a twelve year old girl, is the sheltered … Continue reading

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Ten Things about Being a Writer

All of these things have happened to me on more than one occasion. I’m sure that there are many more things to list and other authors have different experiences, but one thing remains constant. We write because we have to … Continue reading

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Pluggin’ Away

Sometimes I wonder why I continue writing. It’s not based on the fact that I want to make money because I’ve gotten past that dream. Although it is still something I wish to obtain. Quitting my day job of working … Continue reading

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The Magic of Magic-making

By   J. F. Lewis   One of the best parts about working in a world of one's own creation is the ability to populate it with cool new powers and abilities. Not just monsters and magic, but the rules … Continue reading

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Shiny & Polished….now what do I do?

by Crymsyn Hart So you’ve put the finishing polish on the manuscript and it’s all bright, shiny, and ready to be shipped off…somewhere. But where do you go and what do you do with it? Well, there are several options … Continue reading

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It’s the end for me…

by Crymsyn Hart …now what the heck do I do? Well congratulations, the first think you need to do is take a moment and breathe. You did it. You made it to the end of the book. Bet you never … Continue reading

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Twelve Days of Writing Over the Holiday

by Gail Z. Martin We all love the holidays, but how in the sam hill do you get a book written with a house full of guests and a mouth full of eggnog? I mean, peace on earth and goodwill … Continue reading

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Muses

By Crymsyn Hart Each writer has a specific voice, minion, muse, guru or something they listen to. Muses are fickle. They can give wonderful inspiration or they can go on strike and refuse to share any of their creative genius. … Continue reading

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