Category Archives: writing process

Meet P J MacLayne

Tell us something about your yourself? I’m a computer geek by day and a writer by night. I never expected to write a shifter book, let alone a series, but here I am. I guess it’s okay to listen to … Continue reading

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Five Ways to Cut the Distractions and Start Writing Now.

Five Ways to Cut the Distractions and Start Writing Now, guest post by Alexis MacDonald Anyone who has ever written anything significant, whether a term paper, a blog or the Great American Novel, has had to deal, now and again, … Continue reading

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The State of Black Sci F week 4: Giveaway and something about my novel

Back in 2010 I decided to participate in Nano for the first time. National Novel Writing Month, Nano for short, happens every November, and participants attempt to write 50,000 words in a month. I decided to write a sci fi … Continue reading

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Interview with author Kristin Battestella

Tell us about yourself. Oh this is always the tough part! I always feel pretentious when talking about myself or my books- and that’s half of all the promotion! There’s not much to tell really. I’d still say I’m a … Continue reading

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The Story Behind Don’t Look Back, Agnes and In This House

<st The story behind Don’t Look Back, Agnes and In This House by Kathryn Meyer Griffith You Tube Book Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3q9rZryFMo Eternal Press Buy Link: http://www.eternalpress.biz/people.php?author=422 The older I get, the more I like to reminisce and write about what … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The Pitalls of Creation, by Heather Haven

I’m in the process of creating a protagonist for a new humorous mystery series, called Persephone Cole and the _______ (insert subject here). It’s agony. Getting to know a person — even a fictitious one — takes time, thought, energy, … Continue reading

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I Try “Creative Calisthenics” by Terri Main

I just started reading “Creative Calisthenics” by Terri Main. Being the person that I am, I started at the beginning of the book. The first exercise called for a pack of index cards (I didn’t have any handy), but the … Continue reading

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