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Character Interview Twenty-Four Diana - Bellator Fantasy

As part of the Bellator Promotion I am pleased to welcome character Diana to my blog.

Name (s): Diana.  I never give my family’s name to those who don’t know it already. 1,811 more words


Excellent, wondrous news!

As I told you all a little while ago, August is slated to be a big month here at Pugh Towers, and, as promised, I deliver! 93 more words

My Writing

Freaky Friday

“Paranormal is dead.”

That was the line in a message on one of my online RWA chapter loops. It seems that agents and editors at the 2014 Romance Writers of America conference last week were saying that they no longer wanted “paranormal”—no one was reading it. 253 more words

A Writer's Life

8 Ways You'll Screw Up a Story as a New Writer, and How Those Mistakes Can Help You (Part 1)

1.) You will write the WRONG story.

Every story starts with a general premise. Whether it’s “young woman survives zombie apocalypse” or “remnants of humanity on a spaceship bound for new world” or something as simple as “detective versus serial killer.” A premise is the seed from which a story grows, and it’s always the first thing you come up with when you’re planning your next project, even if you don’t recognize you have it. 979 more words


A History with Writing

Well today was supposed to be launch day for Samara’s Song. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen. Thanks mostly to an adorable little 4.7lb monster who had mama laid up in the hospital for a day. 742 more words

Self Publish

Back to School 2014 Blog Tour Planning Underway

Plans are under way for the Back to School Blog Tour 2014. The dates are set for Sept. 1-5. I’ve decided to go with a theme for our featured authors: Connecting with Common Core. 254 more words


Author Interview Number Fifty-Six - Diana Wicker - revisited

I’d like to welcome back author: Diana L. Wicker

Please recap briefly about your books:

The Dreamweaver’s Journey: The Age of Awakenings – Book 1… 868 more words

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