"What if?" Those two words all too easily send Devorah Fox spinning into flights of fancy. Born in Brooklyn, New York, she now lives on the Texas Gulf Coast with rescued tabby cats ... and a dragon named Inky.
Tania Giguere was born in Michigan and moved to Texas at the age of 19 seeking new adventures. She began writing at a young age bringing life to the blank pages. She is a superb writer who will take you on adventures so come and dream with her.
A Jersey girl herself, Kristina has lived in farthest southwest tip of Germany for over twelve years with her German husband and three children. Surrounded by beautiful vineyards and a perfect view of the Black Forest. her hobbies include writing, reading, fitness, wine tasting, and forever trying to improve her German-language skills.
Branding sets companies, organizations, and writers apart from one another. It's meant to be focused and on point. However, like anything where experts offer advice, sometimes contradictory, it can leave one lost, confused, and running around in circles. In this post, I address some issues that might be affecting my brand.
I’m an animal lover who believes in do no harm to my fellow human being or any creature that I come in contact with, but I write stories that contain violence against man and beast. In this world where darkness and light are a part of life, it would be unrealistic and unbelievable if I didn’t. Even with this stance, I still have a moral dilemma that keeps rearing its head.
I haven't felt this inspired by or connected with my writing for years. Top secret for now, the story I'm working on will make its debut on this website first. It's that important to the Stars of Heros series.
To celebrate the release of the fourth book in her Keepers of the Wellsprings series, Missy Sheldrake introduces her series and herself. Through writing and illustrating the series, Missy wanted to tell a story rich with fantasy, but not overly dark or mired with war and violence.
There are two main camps of writing styles, plotting and pantsing. Seems there needs to be a third that combines the best of both worlds. Let's call it plotsing. Seems, in a weird way, I've been doing it for a while now.
My titles reflect not only my story, but who I am and what the story means to me. Making money would be nice, but I'm not going to sacrifice the integrity of my words for a buck. I write and say what I mean. Packaging myself, or my works up, in some smelly perfume just to appeal to the masses isn't who I am.