101 TIWIK #27: What Does Character Driven Actually Mean? Amanda June Hagarty Guest Post

Today we have a special treat! Amanda June Hagarty, a talented and gregarious local writer, editor, and social media maven has agreed to help me out with a guest post about what it really means to write character-driven fiction. It’s a term we all toss around a lot, but how many of us can really […]

101 TIWIK #22: The Tension Edit

Today, I’m honored to have Monica Enderle Pierce as a guest on my blog, sharing an amazing, and somewhat terrifying, technique for writers! This post came about due to a couple of things. First, I recently read Famine, the latest book from Monica Enderle Pierce, a wonderful PNW Spec Fic author. When I read Famine, […]

Characters Go On Strike, Demand Better Pay

Since I’ve been snatched deep into the jaws of holiday retail, I’m turning over my blog to a few of my favorite authors for the month of December. This week I have the pleasure of introducing Jesikah Sundin, Author of The Biodome Chronicles. Look for Book 1, Legacy, in January 2014.           In this […]

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Since I’ve been snatched deep into the jaws of holiday retail, I’m turning over my blog to a few of my favorite authors for the month of December. The first contributor is Joannah Miley, author of The Immortal Game.  If you haven’t read it yet, you must. Not only is Joannah a talented writer, she also […]