Monthly Archives: July 2013

Road to Publication: An Incurable Bibliomania

Do you ever start a book and know right away that you don’t want it to end? I felt that way recently when I began reading The Bookman’s Tale: A Novel of Obsession by Charlie Lovett. It’s quite a dichotomy … Continue reading

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Interview with Author Terry Reid

Today I’m pleased to feature another author interview, this time with Terry Reid, a fantasy and science fiction writer. She was born in England but raised—and is now living—in Scotland. Her latest book, Crashing Down to Earth, is set in … Continue reading

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Starting Your Story with a Bang?

It seems that more and more publishers and readers like stories to start off with Action! Excitement! Thrills! I’m thinking about this because I’m in the middle of reading To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, and it certainly begins–by … Continue reading

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Interview with Author Silvia Villalobos

I love hearing about other authors’ writing journeys, and today I’m pleased to interview author Silvia Villalobos. We met several years ago in an online writing class and have stayed connected ever since, encouraging, commiserating, and celebrating different steps in … Continue reading

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