Before everybody forgets about 2011, I wanted to get the schedule for The G-ZONE out there for the first week of the New Year.
*****Don’t miss out on Tracey Krauss today from the Edgy Christian Fiction social networking website. It is a great resource for readers and writers. She is with me@11 am EST Today. ******************
January 2-Josh Marks- 4pmEST
Jan 3-Henry E Ravelle-7pm EST
Jan. 4- Joe Perrone Jr.-9am…Continue
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So you want to know who Wenona Hulsey is when I'm not a writer. Very hard thing to do is separate my life from my writing. My mind is always spinning on a scene or looking for inspiration to strike, even while I slave away at my day job as a shipping manager for a medium size company or while I'm taking my two kids shopping or to the lake. I don't think I have a life that can be separated because my writing is part of my day to day life just like eating at my favorite Chinese restaurant…Continue
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The Shadow of al-Khayal
I know – the heading makes it sound like a Lovecraftian pastiche, but bear with me – there’s a point here somewhere.
My wife asked me when I started writing. After some serious thought I answered that I probably started in earnest sometime around 2004 but I’d been writing off and on since late 2001. Although September 11th wasn’t a source of inspiration for my urge to write I would have to admit that it provided a form…Continue
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Here is a list I've compiled of some of the best paranormal / fantasy / romance combo YA books of 2011!! Most are geared toward a female audience. Please share your suggestions in the comments section! We always love to hear what you think!
(In no particular order)
Stand-alone books / first books of a series:
The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson…
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Right in time for Christmas, here is the next story in Mark Miller's One from Trestle Press:
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Trestle Press has released another bunch of incredible stories just in time for Christmas to feed those hungry ereaders. Without further ado, here they are:
FULL LENGTH NOVELS:
J.T. Lewis- Murder! Too Close to Home
Paul Grzegorzek-The Follow
Paul D. Brazill- Brit Grit Too
David L. Hoof-Triple Jeopardy
Michel R. Vaillancourt-The Sauder Diaries: By Any Other…Continue
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ICE - International Community of E-Publishing
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This week, on Honestly YA, Alicia McCalla writes movingly about her first interracial relationship that ended in tragedy. This one is definitely worth a visit and comment!
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With age comes wisdom, I think! I'm finally understanding those magnificent aspects and experiences I thoroughly love writing about, that give me that magical compulsion to write the stories bubbling inside me. It's such a little thing, one that should be easy to discover, but it's taken me awhile and I'm just glad to find it now. It's helping me tremendously in narrowing down exactly which stories to move forward with.
Some of these magical elements for me are:
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Do you have anything to do with ebooks? Aldo Calcagno has an extremely good idea he is reveling today at 5.30 pm EST on The G-ZONE. Tune in or catch it on the archives, you do not want to miss out on this.
Here is the link for the show:
Added by Giovanni Gelati on December 21, 2011 at 3:35pm — No Comments
"First get it written, then get it right."
How's that NaNo project coming along? Still finishing the first draft? Or maybe you've done your first round of revisions. Check out this article for some nice tips:
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This week I'm blogging about dreams that inspired fiction. Can you remember your dreams? Have you used your dreams in your writing? If you haven't, you should! You'll be in great literary company. Check out the blog for more:
Sandi B. Jones
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My name is George, but for the moment please allow me to be frank.
Two things up front: I’m not a writer and I’m not a web surfer.
When I say I’m not a writer, I mean I didn’t plan to be. I have a good life and a wonderful family. My friends all say I tell good stories and a few of them pushed me to writing them down. See, there’s this publisher called Trestle Press and they are making waves, becoming known. So my friend says send that story to them. I did and here we are.…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on December 21, 2011 at 8:02am — No Comments
Found this great list of hashtags for Twitter here: http://twainwannabe.blogspot.com/p/resources-for-writers.html
This is a 'print and keep' post! Also info on deciphering twitter speak below, as well as how to find followers!
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This week, it's my turn to explore my High School Hell - Struggling to fit in with the "in" crowd. How did peer pressure impact you back in the day?
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