Please Welcome Author Shannon A. Thompson to My Blog Tonight

I asked Shannon to answer four questions for us and here's what she had to say: What are you currently working on? I’m currently working on the content edit for Death Before Daylight, book 3 of The Timely Death Trilogy. AEC Stellar Publishing, Inc. is expecting to release the final installment of the award-winning paranormal … Continue reading Please Welcome Author Shannon A. Thompson to My Blog Tonight

Please Welcome My Amazing Friend Reece Bridger to the Blog Today!

Reece is a fellow Ravenswood Publishing author. We've struck up a friendship over our mutual love of writing. Despite our age difference, we have wonderful chats about our passion, proving writing and the dedication to the craft has no bounds. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Reece Bridger - Author / Fantasist / Professional Dreamer / Voice … Continue reading Please Welcome My Amazing Friend Reece Bridger to the Blog Today!

Welcome G.D. Tinnams – Author of “Hunter No More.”

WHO AM I? A Comment on Characterisation   First of all, and what many people have noted, I tend to give my characters ‘normal’ names such as Roger, Keith, Anna, Sam, Alicia. This was a conscious choice because when I’ve read books in the past I find it hard to get my head around weird alien names … Continue reading Welcome G.D. Tinnams – Author of “Hunter No More.”

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Wikipedia says: The roots of the word have been defined[4] as follows: super- "above", cali- "beauty", fragilistic- "delicate", expiali- "to atone", and -docious "educable", with the sum of these parts signifying roughly "Atoning for educability through delicate beauty." According to the film, it is defined as "something to say when you have nothing to say." Today … Continue reading Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Interviewing Your Characters is a Fun Way to Create Interest in Your Books

If you're anything like me, your characters mean a lot to you and except for not actually living and breathing in the real world, they are as real as fictional beings can get...to you and your readers. Even if you are just beginning to mold and shape your characters, asking them questions may help you … Continue reading Interviewing Your Characters is a Fun Way to Create Interest in Your Books

Conversations over Milk & Cookies hosted by Kindle Ninja

I was recently invited for a fun and scrumptious visit with none other than the Kindle Ninja. Here's the premise for her blog: What is this madness, you ask?  It's my way of supporting authors and writers from the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB.  We interact with them everyday, directly through tweets, or indirectly through re-tweets, but … Continue reading Conversations over Milk & Cookies hosted by Kindle Ninja