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Sci-Fi and Fantasy With a Paranormal Edge

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Nature and its bounty of story fodder…

I went camping with my family recently and decided to take a solitary walk to work out some thoughts that were knocking around in my head. Not story ideas—I have those in spades—but life stuff. Things that can only be clarified by an early morning commune with nature. For the previous two days the wind […]

XX Author Interview Featuring: Olivia Hardin

CLR: Give us the deets – genre(s), length of writing career, how long you’ve been writing – all the basics. OH: In 2011 I published my first book, Witch Way Bends, the series starter for my (currently) 12-story Bend-Bite-Shift Paranormal Romance series. Since then I’ve dabbled in contemporary romance and urban fantasy genres. I also […]

XX Authors Featuring Julie Morgan

Today, we take a look behind the scenes with best-selling author Julie Morgan. Welcome to the Pages, Julie. Let’s chat! CLR: Give us the deets – genre(s), length of writing career, how long you’ve been writing – all the basics. JM: I’ve been writing almost my entire life. I started with songs and poetry as […]

Boldly Exploring Audio Space

Guest Post by Bria Burton My first foray into audio began many years ago as a listener of speculative fiction podcasts, and an eventual participant (more on that shortly). Some stories have a single narrator while others include a full cast production of voice actors, music, and sound effects. The more I listened, the more […]

Guest Post: Terri A. Wilson

I love crime shows, especially if there is some type of unique twist. One of my favorites is the show Leverage. It fascinates me that these anti-heroes save the day while still struggling with their own pasts. They do things their way and live by their rules. So when the opportunity to write in the […]

Balancing Paranormal

Are you like me, when it comes to finding a good paranormal story? Nothing warms my heart – or chills my cockles – more. Especially if it includes romance. Make that romance frustrated, suppressed, and kind of skewed, and I’m hooked. What if you woke up one day and found a wild paranormal romance unfolding […]

Writing What I Know: Guest Post by Leslee Hare

Writing what I know. That tired writer’s adage has taken on fresh meaning for me over the past couple months. I’ve been working on a memoir for a few years, and last fall I published two children’s books. These contain things I “know”, for sure. But lately, my imagination and fingers itch to try something […]

Origin Story: Guest Post by Tracie Roberts

After listening to a couple of podcasts on the topic and with the release of Aquaman last week, I thought I’d share my own author origin story. I’m not one of those writers who always knew I wanted to write. I never had this burning desire to record all of the stories I made up […]

Sharks for Christmas ~ Guest Post from John Hope

Sharks! Often, the terror of the ocean. One of the greatest fears of mankind is being eaten alive, especially underwater, whose darkened mysteries can tickle the imagination, conjuring up horrific and frightening scenarios. But consider this: in the past sixty years there have been 2,785 confirmed shark attacks throughout the world, yet in the past […]

Author Spotlight: Terri Wilson

Our guest today is the awesome Terri Wilson. Welcome, Terri! CLR: I see that this box set is from a collection of different authors. What was it like working from so many different perspectives? TW: It was motivating. They are all such a great group of ladies, I didn’t want to be the weak link. So it […]

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