Check out this giveaway of Renaissance by Yecheilyah Ysrayl. Details are available from the original post on her PBS blog
I have received my copy of Lucy Brazier's latest, Sinister Dexter. Check out all of the books in her Porter Girl series. They are wonderful. Details are in this post from her Porter Girl blog.
I highly recommend Lucy Brazier’s books. They are well-written and highly entertaining. Check out this giveaway of First Lady of the Keys as featured in this post on Sue Vincent’s blog.
To celebrate the release of new PorterGirl novel, Sinister Dexter, the first book in the PorterGirl trilogy is available on FREE download for five days from Thursday 26th April! First Lady Of The Keys is where we first enter Old College and it is certainly not for the faint hearted…
As one of the most ancient and esteemed establishments of the academic elite, Old College is in for something of a shock when it appoints its very first female Deputy Head Porter. She struggles to get to grips with this eccentric world, far removed from everyday life. Deputy Head Porter, the proverbial square peg in the round hole, begins to wonder quite what she is doing here. PorterGirl – First Lady Of The Keys is a touching, and at times laugh-out-loud funny, glimpse into…
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Fantasy author Daniel Adorno is featured in this post from the Archer’s Aim Blog
What’s your background with the fantasy genre and what drew you to begin writing your books?
I grew up reading many fantasy stories and watching various fantasy-themed movies and shows. The books that drew me into the genre the most were J.R.R Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings series. Tolkien is a master storyteller and as a young wannabe writer, I loved the immersive world he created. I knew I couldn’t begin to scratch the surface of something like Middle-Earth, but I still wanted to attempt to create a fantasy world of my own and that’s where the Azuleah series stemmed from.
How old were you when you started writing and when did you first envision the Azuleah series? What was the triggering idea to begin it?
I was 9 years old and in 4th grade when I started writing. After completing…
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Check out my latest entry in the 2018 Author Interview Series over on my Author Site. If you’re interested in being interviewed, please check out this post for details.
It’s time for the next subject for my 2018 author interview series. Author interviews are posted every Friday throughout the year.
I am honored to continue this series with Australian author Suzanne Burke
You can catch up with all of my past author interviews (nearly 200) on my Author Directory page.
If you’re an author interested in being interviewed in this series, I still have limited spots available for 2018. You can email me at email@example.com
Now, please enjoy this interview with Suzanne Burke:
Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?
I haven’t really asked myself that question before. Now that I have it seems that If I’m excited enough by an idea I come up with to write it down, and if that excitement continues as my work grows, then THAT is what I deliver to my readers. I write in…
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There are nearly three dozen calls for submissions in May. Every genre and form is wanted, from speculative fiction to fairy tales and from novel excerpts to essays. All of these markets pay, and none require submission fees. For more paying markets you can find a list, organized by genre and subject matter here: Paying Markets.…
Do you want to know how to start a writing career? We can all read and write. But for aspiring writers, translating these basic literacy skills into professional writing needs learning time and plenty of practice. It can take a little bit of time to develop the new set of skills you will need. You may have started writing…