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Author Interview with Edward Torba

I’m interviewing Edward Torba today. Edward is the author of middle grade fantasy / mystery novel “Matt Monroe and The Secret Society”. Thanks for answering my interview questions, Edward! Author Interview When did you know you wanted to become an author? This is an interesting question. I guess I’ve always dabbled in writing. However, my formal schooling centered more upon […]

Guest Post The Muse Book Tour

I’m happy to host a guest post today by Kenya Wright, author of multicultural mystery romance “The Muse”. I’ll leave the word to Kenya Wright now. People who really love The Muse, tend to send me excited emails about the art installations showcased within in the mystery romance novel. The best part about writing the story was the art research. For […]

Author Interview with J.E. and M. Keep

I’m interviewing authors J.E. and M. Keep today on my blog. They’re the author duo behind post-apocalyptic, science fiction, romance novel “When Dreamers Wake”. Thanks for answering my questions, Joshua and Michelle! Author Interview When did you know you wanted to become an author? It wasn’t really until it was almost already a reality. We’d been writing since we were […]

Monday Musings #23

Each Monday, I recap the writing-related events of the last week and talk about them on my blog. Fright Train. Edits and formatting is done for “Fright Train”, the third book in the Weirdville series. This is another stand-alone horror story for kids ages 6-11, which will be available on December 9. NaNoWriMo. I won NaNoWriMo but I didn’t get […]

Author Interview with T.R. Horne

I’m hosting an interview today with T.R. Horne, the author of “Breaking Möbius”. Thank you for answering my interview questions, T.R. Author Interview When did you know you wanted to become an author? It’s funny because I didn’t really think about being an author until about a year ago. I knew it was a dream but not one that seemed […]

Writing Tips: Avoid Weak Writing

I got the edits back for “Fright Train” this week, and my editor told me that I had a lot of instances of “there was / there is” in my text. I was flabbergasted. My jaw dropped to the floor, and it took a while to pick it up again. I had no idea I did that. Another thing to […]

I won NaNoWriMo (with a few days to spare)

I was going to wait to blog about this until Monday, but what the heck. Last night, at around midnight, I won NaNoWriMo. It feels awesome. The story I’ve been working on this month has been begging me to write it down for months, and now I’m finally (almost) there. The 50k mark is behind me, which usually is a […]

Author Interview with Karin Cox

I’m interviewing Karin Cox today, author of fantasy / paranormal romance novel “Creche”. Thanks for answering my questions, Karin, and welcome to my blog! Author Interview When did you know you wanted to become an author?   I don’t think I “knew” that I wanted to be an author as much as I always wanted to write, so I did […]

Author Interview with Charlotte Castle

I’m interviewing author Charlotte Castle on my blog today. She is the author of contemporary drama novel “Simon’s Choice”. Thank you for answering my questions, Charlotte! Author Interview 1) When did you know you wanted to become an author? Actually the last thing I wanted to do was become an author. My mother is a successful author and in the […]