Monthly Archives: March 2013

Interview with Roxanne Price

Roxanne Price is an author of Women’s Fiction and Young Adult Fiction, most recently with her YA Urban Fantasy novel, The Queen of All Fates, which is slated for release later this year. With a Master’s degree in Education, Roxanne … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Canines

Usually I choose which of the SciFi Q’s to turn into a blog post based on the quality and quantity of comments across the board. But I have to admit that this time, although there are some great answers, I … Continue reading

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Assistant Wanted

Assistant Wanted: Must be able to insinuate yourself between my brain and the keyboard. Just about everyone who has a task of any kind to accomplish could do with an assistant, whether that person picks up the other end of … Continue reading

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Interview with Mayor MacCheese, Feline Companion to Nicole Wolverton

Nicole Wolverton fears many things, chief amongst them that something lurks in the dark. From ghosts to stalkers, her adult and young adult fiction plays on the mundane and not-so-mundane things that frighten us all. Her debut novel, The Trajectory of … Continue reading

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SciFi Question of the Day: Touch Telepathy vs Regional Empathy

SciFi Question of the Day: Which would be a greater benefit to humanity as a whole? For all humans to have touch telepathy, or for all humans to have regional empathy? (Let’s say TT means if you have skin/skin contact … Continue reading

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Interview with Cynthia Racette

Cynthia Racette has been writing all her life, as a newspaper reporter, editor and novelist. She even asked for (and received) a play typewriter for Christmas when she was about ten. To be near her children and granddaughters, she and … Continue reading

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Hopping Hiatus Batman!

Perhaps I should explain… I’m not feeling well, and I’m a little loopy. I need to take a little time off. In April I’ll be going to my first writer’s conference. I expect to learn a lot and make some … Continue reading

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Being Professional

…and first, a word from our sponsor… …no, wait… first an update for #ROW80. Give me a break, it’s 1 AM and I’m discombobulated. THIS WEEK… not so hot. I’d call it barely acceptable. But that leads into the topic … Continue reading

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SciFi Q of the Day: Sparkly Rainbow Unicorns

SciFi Question of the Day: Your publisher insists on using this image as a cover photo, yet they have specified SciFi not Fantasy. What do you write a story about? (Credit to 35millipead on Flickr with a Creative Commons license.) Facebook … Continue reading

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The Trajectory of Dreams: Guest Post by Nicole Wolverton

When you’re writing a mentally ill woman who isn’t above a little murder if it suits her purposes, there’s a chance people are going to think you’re a little nuts yourself. Let’s face it, there’s a very real compulsion to … Continue reading

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