Exciting day for the book-and me! One should be making its way to the laps of strangers. The other needs to stay home and write. So thankful for all the support from my family and friends that made this possible.
Randall Silvis came out to play. Called “a masterful storyteller” by the New York Times Book Review, Randall Silvis is the author of thirteen critically acclaimed books of fiction and nonfiction, a prize-winning playwright, and produced screenwriter. Literary awards include two literature fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts,
That means it’s time to play 10 for 10 With the Author.
You know how it works. I ask 10 questions. The author must answer in 10 words- or less.
There are no penalties for going over,
So many questions, so little tequila. You know how the game is played. I ask the 10 questions. The author gets to answer each one in 10 words or less and we all get to find out something we didn’t know,
You may have seen the post, or heard the cheer rising out of Georgia when my newest book 3 Women Walk Into A Bar was selected as a Kindle Scout book selection.
P&W just announced it’s new content for May/June 2015 issue.
Get ready, writers, this is the insider info you may have been waiting for, if contests are your thing.
If you’ve got a piece ready to submit and aren’t sure contests are the way to go,
Votes determine a publishing deal, in a real life contest.
Well, it could you know.
How many times have you, as a writer thought about moving to a place you researched so thoroughly for a story setting?
Admit it, you found yourself scrolling through hours of available properties in Kauai after having your hero chase the villain to Hawaii.
The books Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire, True Blood (Sookie Stackhouse Novels), The Walking Dead ( graphic novel), Orange Is The New Black and Pretty Little Liars are doing well as series entertainment.
Did you ever read someone else’s words in a book, and think, aw, man. I wrote something almost like that in my manuscript last month?
I know there are no “new” ideas, and that we all have our own voice,