Writing Links…6/18/18 Traci Kenworth Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://mythcreants.com/blog/lessons-from-the-rambling-writing-of-handbook-for-mortals/ “Last year, Handbook for Mortals by Lani Sarem cheated its way to the top of the New York Times YA bestseller list. It wasn’t #1 for long, though. Observers quickly noticed how strange it was that a book no one had heard of by a brand new publisher […]
Writerly Things…6/17/18 Traci Kenworth I don’t know how to begin this post. I’ve been struggling for a long time with having time for blogging and my writing. The blogging had won out with the hours put in. There were times when I only gave ten minutes to my writing. Ten minutes! A friend asked […]
It’s been eight years!
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Licence to use image obtained – Copyright: chainat 123RF Stock Photos Old manuscripts are never a waste. Mine them! For example, those manuscripts you used to learn your craft? You can always pull ideas, characters, settings, etc. from them. I have a future project that…
Book Talk…6/15/18 Traci Kenworth This week, I’m reading: The Yak Guy by C.S. Boyack, The Freelance Survival Guide by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Jewel in the Mud by Harmony Kent, Closing the Deal on Your Terms by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi, The Princess Fugitive by Melanie Cellier, Tiffany […]
Reading Links…6/12/18 Traci Kenworth Fantasy/Dystopian/UF/Paranormal/SF: https://teagansbooks.com/2018/06/09/its-about-time-with-don/ That’s where the idea of using some form of time travel emerged. It was a difficult decision because I’ve spent the past several books identifying with readers as a crime fiction author. I did publish a collection of short stories in my anthology, Random Tales,that had some science fiction/paranormal […]
Discovering reader preferences, habits and attitudes – Announcing the 2018 Reader Survey … by M.K. Tod, Heather Burch and Patricia Sands Readers and writers – a symbiotic relationship. Ideas spark writers to create stories and build worlds and characters for readers’ consumption. Readers add imagination and thought to interpret those stories, deriving meaning and […]