Tag Archives: Colorado Springs

Interview with Nicole Godfrey

Nicole loves to write about love in all its manifestations. She goes to conventions and workshops constantly, and works toward becoming a better writer every day. Nicole Godfrey is a writer who calls the beautiful city of Colorado Springs home, … Continue reading

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Interview with Natalia Brothers

Born in Moscow, Natalia grew up with the romance and magic of Russian fairy tales. She never imagined that one day she’d be swept off her feet by an American Marine. An engineer-physicist-chemist, Natalia realized that the powder metallurgy might … Continue reading

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Interview with John E. Stith

Science fiction and mystery author John E. Stith writes across many worlds. His books have been translated to French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Russian and are even available in braille for the sight-impaired. His stories have been categorized as … Continue reading

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Interview with Jason Dias

Jason Dias writes from a secure location in his living room in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Writing keeps him sane, or at least out of trouble with the law. As far as you know. His work is primarily in the speculative-fiction … Continue reading

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Current Works

Big changes have come with our family’s move to Colorado Springs! I still haven’t fixed my tagline “…outcast of Colorado by temporary necessity…” because I feel like the wheels are still spinning. In the coming months I’ll be updating not … Continue reading

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PPWC My Biggest Regret

It’s been a few weeks since I attended my first writers’ conference. For three days I soaked up everything I could from authors, agents, publishers, and others in the field. I rubbed elbows with lovers of Steampunk, writers of Romance, … Continue reading

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Where’s My Jetpack?

It’s 2011. Where’s my damn jetpack? OK, I know. They do exist now, they’re just not exactly available for your average housewife to purchase and go running errands in. Child safety seats are probably a few years behind, anyway. A … Continue reading

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