Writing Goals For 2018

Like I said last month...I like the whole concept of starting off the New Year with a mixture of resolutions, goals, and projects. But unlike many folks I give myself time to test drive them before I commit. Now that the trial phase of January is over I add them to the Master List for [...]

NaNoWriMo and November Instagram Wrap-up

This NaNoWriMo I tried writing in the genre of Fantasy. I hadn't done that since 2008! It was fun to stretch my writing legs and do a new thing. Did you do NaNoWrimo this year? If so what did you write? If not join us for CampWriMo in April! Here is a round up of [...]

October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge Week 3 #igwritersoct

This is week three of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. This challenge has been fun and we are in the last days as week four begins today. I am looking forward to the challenge for November and NaNoWriMo. I will be posting my NaNo Instagram Photo Challenge at the end of this week so [...]

October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge Week 2 #igwritersoct

This is week two of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. So far I've enjoyed the challenge. I have missed 2 days (oopsie),but I did get to see my son and his family who traveled all the way from California and I also joined my local United Methodist Church. Those kinds of things are important [...]

October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge #igwritersoct

This is week one of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. I love photo challenges! This is a new discovery for me too. I like having a plan for the month when it comes to social media. So I plan to do one for each month of the last quarter of 2017. Instagram Writers October [...]

Chat with Kevin Broden – Revenge Of The Masked Ghost

Seeking a career in comic books, Kevin Paul Shaw Broden took art courses throughout his educations only to eventually discover that no matter the media he was a storyteller. Kevin has been telling stories ever since. His first published story was a science fiction tale that appeared in his college newspaper. Since then he has [...]

Holiday Gift Giving For Writers

I wanted to share with y'all a list of books I love. Each one has helped me along my journey to publication and I refer to them often.  I think each one would make a wonderful gift for the Artist on your gift giving list. Susan Kaye Quinn: "**UPDATED SECOND EDITION** (25% more content, every chapter [...]

Meet Natacha Guyot- A Galaxy of Possibilities: Representation and Storytelling in Star Wars

Natacha Guyot is a French author, scholar and public speaker. She is passionate about Science Fiction, Transmedia, Gender Studies, Children's Media and Fan Studies. She holds two Master’s degrees: Film and Media Studies (Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle) and Digital Culture and Technology (King's College London). Since 2012, Natacha has been published in several countries and was [...]

Interview with Jilly Paddock: Dead Men Rise Up Never

Jilly Paddock, a biologist by inclination, spent her career in medical research and microbiology labs. Born in South London, Jilly began writing at eleven and hasn’t looked back. She is an avid collector of books, tarot decks, glass candlesticks and perfume bottles, and craft paraphernalia. “I own more silver and gemstone earrings than any woman [...]

Peek at The Scourge of Kestrel Nine #AmWriting and #Giveaway

First paragraph from THE SCOURGE OF KESTREL NINE: The Antibes was a stalwart ship of early Martian design. Captain Melinda Goldmire found her five years back on a refueling stop at Kessler station orbiting Pluto. The Antibes was left for dead, run aground on the back side of Charon, Pluto’s largest moon. If not for [...]