Category Archives: fiction

What do I write?

I’ve been tagged by Joan Curtis a fellow MuseItUp author to participate in a blog hop, What three things do you write about/don’t write about. 1. Poetry. I started out writing poetry. I’ve been writing silly verses for holidays and birthdays … Continue reading

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Not With a Whimper – an interview with Pam Kelt

  Your dad’s book, Not With a Whimper, is newly released on Amazon. Tell us a bit about your dad. My father was born in Dumfries and went to study geography and anthropology at Edinburgh. Like young men in the … Continue reading

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Meet Christopher Mannino

I read you teach theater arts. How did you get involved in this? I have been involved with theatre since I was 10.  I have been an actor, designer, director, playwright, and now teacher.  I initially went into theatre education … Continue reading

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I’ll be touring

Here are the dates for my upcoming blog tour October 29 Guest blog Books in the Hall October 30 Guest blog Lisa’s World of Books Forget About TV, Grab a Book November 6 Interview Michelle @ Mom … Continue reading

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Interview with Heather Haven

Heather Haven speaks out! Tell us something about yourself Born and raised in southern Florida when alligators roamed the streets, possibly even before the Mesozoic dinosaurs came into being. The first book I can remember reading was Uncle Remus. Maybe … Continue reading

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Interview with L.M. Davis. author of the Shifter series.

Tell us something about yourself. What is there to tell…I am a mystery, wrapped in an enigma…or maybe I am just a gal that loves a good story, whether I am writing it or reading it. How long have you … Continue reading

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TRAVYON 17: A creative Science Fiction Response

A Black Teen, Alan, and a White Bigot, Arthur, arrived at the Pearly Gates. “Why are you here?” the Gattekeeper asked Alan. “I was guilty of wearing a hoody.” “What’s a hoody?” asked the Gatekeeper. “Man, where are you from?” … Continue reading

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