Category Archives: famous writers

Writers Weekend

Not only did I make it out to Orycon this weekend for the Writer’s Workshop with a couple of terrifically helpful authors David W. Goldman and Kristin Landon, but I also managed to scarf up a few of the latest … Continue reading

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Seven Fundamental Lessons I’ve Learned About Being a Writer (So Far)

When I first started writing, my only goal was to write a novel, get an agent, and get it published. The way I figured things then, was that I’d gotten decent grades in my English classes in school, and I’d done plenty of writing … Continue reading

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It’s About Time…Travel!

It’s here! Fiction River: Time Streams is now available through Amazon, Kindle, Smashwords, and your other favorite book sellers.  My story, Love in the Time of Dust and Venom is in there, and I am as proud as can be … Continue reading

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Monday Funday – Kevin Hearne Book Signing

   Last night I went to a terrific book signing for Kevin Hearne and his latest book in the Iron Druid series, Hunted. I discovered this series a few years ago, and have been a faithful fan ever since.  The … Continue reading

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Name That Voice!

Okay, this is too much fun not to share.  There’s a cool site called I Write Like that allows you to paste a snippet of your work into an analyzer and *POOF* out pops the famous writer whose style yours … Continue reading

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