It’s exciting to have a finished project, and it’s hard to get noticed. Alone, those are just the facts. But throw in someone who has just finished their first project, Continue reading
As seen in Episode 9 of Inside The Writers’ Studio, Writing Advice For Real Writers.
Presenting episode 9 of Inside The Writers’ Studio, WRITING ADVICE FOR REAL WRITERS. Authors from around the world offer memorable and enlightening words of wisdom for new and established writers. Continue reading
In 1987, Joyce Carol Oates was revealed to be Rosamond Smith, the author of Lives of the Twins, a mystery novel slated for publication the same year as You Must Continue reading
Presenting episode 8 of Inside The Writers’ Studio, “$#!+,” writers say. It features lots of hilarious cameos by writers and fans of IWS, including NY Times bestselling author, Caroline Leavitt. Enjoy!!
Sometimes rats hibernate. Okay, we don’t know if REAL rats hibernate and we’re too lazy to Google. But sometimes Paper Rats hibernate. 2011 was a hibernation year for us. Alas, Continue reading
Craig Lancaster, author of 600 Hours of Edward and The Summer Son, answers some questions about his new short story collection, Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure, whose official Continue reading
Welcome to Episode 6. (And thank you for the inspiration, Madonna.)
As self-publishing becomes an increasingly popular option for writers of all kinds (the good and the not so good, those who have tried the agent route and those who haven’t), Continue reading
Normanda Whyte writes regular columns for the Malaysian national daily, The Star, the Singapore national daily, The Straits Times, as well as features for numerous magazines including Women’s Weekly and Continue reading
Once looked down on as a path for the untalented, self-publishing (or independent/indie publishing) is becoming an increasingly more respectable way for authors to get their work into the public Continue reading
Details about how you can win a copy of Craig’s novel, The Summer Son, appear at the end of the interview. – Kel & Kris Their friendship was forged in Continue reading
Prolific author, creator of the webcomic The Adventures of the S-Team and the workshop Action! Write Better Action by Using Cinematic Techniques…Ian Healy is a true Renaissance Man. We recently Continue reading
Rats Kristen and Kel attempt to compose a holiday poem.
Craig Lancaster, author of the widely praised 600 Hours of Edward and the forthcoming novel The Summer Son (to be released by AmazonEncore in early 2011) wanted to do something Continue reading
Lambs of Men author Charles Dodd White (his real name, as far as we know), who read very little as a child with the exception of “choose your own adventure” Continue reading
Natasha Drew grew up in upstate New York—“Think lake-effect snow,” she says—where Santa Claus arrived on a snowmobile, and where one of her first short stories, written in fifth grade Continue reading
Poet, Civil War re-enactor, and songwriter Joe Glasgow, a single, 26-year-old self-professed “commitment-junkie,” lives with his parents on a small (“And I mean small,” he says) family farm near Phillipsburg, Continue reading
Don’t market yourself. Editors and readers don’t know what they want until they see it. Scratch what itches. – Donald M. Murray (1924-2006), author of A Writer Teaches Writing Right. Continue reading