Monthly Archives: May 2015

Congrats Nick Wilford

Happy Friday! Last weekend I took off four days and it was absolutely wonderful. Since then I’ve been trying to get caught up with work. Luckily today is Friday and soon I’ll be relaxing once again. I wish every week was … Continue reading

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What the Goobalob?

Happy Monday, folks! Today it’s an honor to spread the news about Milo James Fowler’s first serialized novel, Captain Bartholomew Quasar and the Space-Time Displacement Conundrum. Captain Quasar is out of time. Pursued by vengeful Goobalob toll collectors, savage Arachnoid bounty … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Chris Johns, author of Four

Today, Chris Johns, author of Four, is here to chat about art and writing. Hello Chris!  Every now and then I like to take a few moments to read or think about how artists approach art.  Not only writers, it can … Continue reading

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Beatrix Potter, Eastwood House, and a new release by M. Pax

Living in England has provided me many opportunities to visit places where authors have stayed, lived, dined, walked, and explored. Recently we had the amazing opportunity to stay at Eastwood House, which is situated on the banks of the River … Continue reading

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IWSG and C. Lee McKenzie is here to chat

Today is the first Wednesday of May, which means it’s time for the Insecure Writers Support group. The Insecure Writer’s Support Group (IWSG) is the brilliant idea of Alex J. Cavanaugh. The purpose of the group is to share doubts and insecurities and … Continue reading

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