Missed the Inklings Press Thunderdo- er, I mean, the interview with Brent A. Harris and Ricardo Victoria, Gunsmoke & Dragonfire Authors? We’re replaying it on my YouTube channel in a Premiere this morning at 9 am Pacific / 12 pm Eastern. We’ll be talking about their work with Inklings Press, their Sidewise Award nominated co-written story,, Brent’s Sidewise Award-nominated novel – and, of course, their stories for Gunsmoke & Dragonfire! Check it out!
Hello all! A few days ago, R. Daniel Lester turned the tables and interviewed me. It’s Premiering on my YouTube channel at 10 am PST / 1 pm EST today, so you can watch with me live and ask me direct questions in the chat!
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I had the pleasure of interviewing Gunsmoke & Dragonfire author R. Daniel Lester on Kickstarter Live! I’ll be premiering that video on YouTube tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. Pacific / 12 p.m. Eastern if you want to chat with me about the video or the project.
Ricardo’s story “No-Sell” will be in Gunsmoke & Dragonfire, releasing March 15, available for pre-order now at a special January-only price! This is what he had to say about it.
Gotta admit, it’s been a lifelong goal of mine to be described as a “mastermind” … I can die happy now …
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As posted on the SFWA blog, written by me: “Hey, I’m looking for advice. My character lost a limb in the last fight. Does anyone know about writing amputees?” I was inspired to write this because I’ve had this conversation on Twitter a few times. My husband is an amputee from a traumatic accident that […]Read more "Writing Amputees (@sfwa)"
The Complete Handbook Of Novel Writing: Everything You Need To Know About Creating & Selling Your Work by Writer’s Digest Books My rating: 5 of 5 stars An excellent writing guide, suited for writers of all levels. I think this collection of essays and articles will have the most utility to the beginning writer. There’s […]Read more "Book Review: The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing (Writer’s Digest)"
By Morgan Smith Writers are all different, and they have a lot of different ways of describing/manifesting how characters in their work come into being. Some of us are analytical: we use character sheets, balancing the strengths and weaknesses, outlining and pinpointing traits that we then use to (hopefully) further their plots. We “map” things. […]Read more "Character and Identity"