Monthly Archives: October 2014

Interview with Kieran Kramer

USA Today bestselling author Kieran Kramer currently writes fun contemporary romance for St. Martin’s Press. A former journalist and English teacher, Kieran’s also a game show veteran, karaoke enthusiast, and general adventurer. She lives where she grew up-in the Lowcountry of South … Continue reading

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Eight Days

I’m counting down. Only eight days until the release of Moon Dragons, the first story in The Cities of Luna coming out from Distinguished Press! I’m both excited and terrified. Excited because it’s a story I love and am proud … Continue reading

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Thunder, Thunder, THUNDERCA…. wait, no…

What the heck is a Thunderclap? It’s a tool that allows people to coordinate their social media promotion, whether it’s just to say “Happy Birthday!” from a bunch of people all at once, promoting a book, or asking people to … Continue reading

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Meeting Tiffany and Andrew

 (Scroll Down for my ROW80 update) On Monday afternoon, I rented a car and drove just over three hours to Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Tiffany Reisz and Andrew Shaffer were doing a signing at the River Run Bookstore, and I just … Continue reading

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Interviews on Hiatus for NaNoWriMo

You’ve heard me debate this with myself a lot lately. Should I keep doing interviews? I love the interaction, and interviews have earned me some wonderful connections in the writing world. I often discover something fascinating about a person in … Continue reading

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Seeking Other Author’s Advice on Contests

My writing update for the week: I remembered what happened last week regarding my ‘finish the short stories you start within a few days’ goal, and vowed not to make the same mistake again. I started a story last week, … Continue reading

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Interview with John Carrigan

John Carrigan is an actor and martial arts instructor. John began his training in the martial arts in 1972 studying the Chinese martial arts as well as Karate and went on to become a 3rd Dan Karate black belt, also … Continue reading

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I Should Take My Own Advice

So, one of the new writing goals I’m trying is to finish a short story within a few days of starting it. I know myself. If I don’t finish it within a few days, bad things happen. Sometimes it goes … Continue reading

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Has Round Four Started Yet?

One of the writing groups I participate in is A Round of Words in Eighty Days. Four times a year, we set our own measurable goals with regards to writing. Once or twice a week, we write an update post … Continue reading

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