Last week I highlighted the one thing you should know before you plunge into using social medias to expand your… Read more TPP: Social Media Platforms Overview
I’ve said before that historical fantasy is my favorite subgenre in which to write and read, buuut that isn’t the… Read more Genre 101: Science Fantasy
In this age of the Internet and the prevalence of so many social media platforms, authors have a wealth of… Read more TPP: Social Media and Authors – Find Your Comfort Zone
I promised you a post and then vanished for 2 weeks. I didn’t die, nor was I kidnapped… and I… Read more TPP: When Should I Listen to My Readers?
Kick off your boots (don’t scratch the floor with your spurs, please), pull up a chair, and make yourselves comfortable… Read more Genre 101: Weird West
As authors, the main goal of our storytelling is to put it into the hands of others: readers we know… Read more TPP: Reader Relationships, Part One: the Cornerstones
As promised several weeks ago, today I’m here to talk about two of the smaller, sub-genres of fantasy. These are… Read more Genre 101: Specialty Fantasy Sub-genres, Part 1
Today’s post could also be titled: ‘Patience is a Virtue’, ‘Let It Sit’, or ‘Slow and Steady Wins the Race’. … Read more TPP: Whoa! TIME-OUT, Story!
More than once I’ve talked about the differences between beta readers and editors, the importance of editing, and advised that… Read more Editors vs. Beta Readers: Author Psychology
Today I interrupt my regularly scheduled programming to bring you a glimpse into the future (didn’t know I was a… Read more We Now Take A Break For… Questions??