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A guest post by Tammy Salyer Long ago in a land far, far away, I began writing a fantasy novel. While the manuscript still sits in bits collecting virtual dust on my harddrive, I fondly remember the enjoyment that came … Continue reading
Penguins are a standout at Sea World, but I should warn you they are quite stinky. I love the polar bears at the Kansas City Zoo. While the Tower of London zoo had a polar bear, the menagerie never had … Continue reading
I write hundreds of words daily for my day job. Writing for a news outlet and novel writing have similarities but significant differences. I spent two decades growing my craft as a journalist. I worked to get better details and … Continue reading
Today I’m pleased to welcome guest author Travis Heermann, a fellow author of Japanese-themed fiction who’s agreed to share a little about his love for Japanese history and culture. Travis is also hosting a Kickstarter campaign for his next novel, … Continue reading
And now, for the afternoon crowd, Marci Jefferson’s take on today’s theme: I worked on my upcoming novel, THE DUCHESS OF RICHMOND, for a total of five years, researching, writing, and researching some more. I edited, I cut my darlings, … Continue reading
A Monday Blog Game Offering From DeAnn Smith: “A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a horse!” William Shakespeare scripted Richard III’s last moments for slapstick humor as he unsuccessfully charged toward Henry Tudor and his crown rolled into a … Continue reading
Today we’re joined once again by my critique partner and fellow Historical fiction author DeAnn Smith, who’s sharing a few special words about resolutions: Like many folks, I make New Year’s resolutions. They are inevitably the exercise-more-and-lose-weight resolutions. Annually, I … Continue reading
I’m a the Debutante Ball today, blogging about the New Year. I’m also delighted to host a guest blog from my friend and critique partner DeAnn Smith, a fellow author of historical fiction. And so, with no further ado, here’s … Continue reading
I’m over at Writers in the Storm today, guest blogging about the Three Prongs of Author Marketing. Please stop by and see! If author marketing isn’t your thing, Oobie would like to offer her agreement. She’s not much on marketing … Continue reading