Monthly Archives: August 2015

Interview with Allan Emerson

Allan Emerson is a Canadian writer who was born in Saskatchewan and brought up in small towns there and British Columbia. He lived in Australia and New Zealand before marrying and settling on the west coast of Canada. As his

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The Familiar Ground of Self-Doubt

You don’t have to be a writer to relate to doubt. It’s one of the reasons I like this photo. Imagine what the guy/gal went through who pushed this project through. You want to build a what? Why would you

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Author Interview with Kate Morgan

Who’s your favorite character you’ve written so far and why?   The Redeemers. They’re so delightfully batshit evil. Plus they know for certain that they’re the instruments of perfect good. I’m surprised their brains don’t implode like the old Star

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Trying to Pick and Choose

I’ve spent the past year trying to learn what to do to become a real, no-kidding professional writer. I started with learning about queries. They were like the gateway drug to this whole process. My first query took forever. Okay,

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Twitter–One Line Wednesday

I love one line Wednesday: #1lineWed. It’s become the highlight of my Twitter week. Kiss of Death chooses the theme (@RWAKissofDeath). Every week there’s a new pinned tweet at the top of her Twitter feed. Sometimes it’s an idea, like

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