I’m pleased to be part of today’s cover reveal for a really intriguing new book! This is a different turn for me, but I think it’s important to feature all kinds of books, especially those with heavy and insightful topic matter like this. It’s important to know that heroes aren’t just in fantasy or adventure … More Cover Reveal: Under the Bed Across the World by Rose Candis
I wrote a guest post for Sumiko Saulson’s blog the other day – if you haven’t checked out her work, you really should. This is a gal who knows her horror. It’s always hard for me to think of topics for guest posts, even if I’m given a theme or general idea. Still, as I’ve … More Guest post on writing horror
I was interviewed earlier this week by the lovely G.L. Giles, and boy did I have a blast! She asked some really insightful questions that made me think (and think…and think, lol). I love talking about my creative endeavors, and this was a fun chance to do so. To see what I had to say … More Interviewed by G.L. Giles!
A beautiful thing has happened. Lost in the Shadow is now available in paperback, meaning you can now hold a copy in your own hot little hands! I’ve cradled it against my own cheek, and I have to admit, it’s a beautiful book full of deliciously intriguing and twisted tales that let the reader wander … More Lost in the Shadows: Now in Paperback!
My turning points usually hit randomly, but today I feel really good. Maybe it’s because I know good things are on the horizon, maybe I’m just tired of being frustrated, but I’m feeling pretty skippy about life at the moment. So yeah, after all the frustration of NBP closing, Fandom Fest’s issues, and other stuff … More Where Do We Go Now?
So back to the good…there were definitely some moments that made Fandom Fest a blast. Seeing SH Roddey again is always amazing even though that means she has to put up with me in enclosed spaces. Seriously, where’s our sitcom deal? Why don’t we have a reality show by now? Hanging with Charlie Kenmore and … More Focusing on the Good Times
So remember that secret project I’ve been alluding to? A while back, Susan and I talked about what to do with some short shorts that were homeless and decided to put together a packet for conventions. Once we started digging in our respective drives, we realized we had a lot more than a pamphlet worth. … More Cover Reveal: Lost in the Shadows by Selah Janel and S.H. Roddey
One of the things I hear the most on about The Other Man is usually about the kids. They not only lighten up the story a bit, but I’m pleased that so many people feel that they’re not only well-written, but true to form, too. Writing kids isn’t always easy. There are so many ways … More Thoughts on writing kids
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, so it’s time to get back in the habit, am I right? SJ: Every writer has some sort of process. Give us a glimpse into yours. Do you meticulously outline? Do you write depending on what calls are out there? NV: I start with making … More Author Interview: Nick Valentino
I’m very lucky to be a part of some great writing communities. As always, though, part of our job is to work to expand our outreach and get more followers. With that in mind, I’m taking part in a hop to put everyone out there and get people talking about all the great writers out … More Followers Hop!