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It has been pointed out to me that in recent interviews I have spoken at length about how I started writing – this is mainly because it’s one of the questions thatĀ  1,250 more words

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Author Interview with Megan Tennant and upcoming Book Release

The Official Aletheia Book Trailer!


Book Blurb

The first book in The Seventh River series, Aletheia, takes the young adult dystopian genre to new, and often dark, places. 1,555 more words


Shouting Out of Cars

Iā€™ve been in Santa Cruz for several months now (you can tell by the shoes) and I canā€™t help noticing that people are nicer here. They make eye contact and smile, they chat with ā€˜strangersā€™ in groups, they offer quiet compliments in passing, they have amazing style, but each to their own, thereā€™s none of that insecure fashion sheep bs, when a traffic light changes, no one even honks! 1,317 more words

Life In General

Meet Guest Children's Book Illustrator - Dayne Sislen...

Thank you for this opportunity, Chris.

I am a children’s book illustrator. I live and breathe children’s books. I play well with others, so I help childrenā€™s book authors developĀ their characters visually andĀ bring the stories for their books alive on the printed page with colorful illustrations. 283 more words


Trying to re-discover the joy of writing

Contrary to popular belief, most fiction writers don’t start out dreaming of becoming the next John Steinbeck or J. K. Rowling. We start out because writing a story that springs from our imagination is a joyful experience. 797 more words


Self-Publishing Podcast: Getting Paid for your Passion


SPF podcast 75: Getting Paid for your Passion

What’s your story? Are you getting paid for your passion? Tell me in the comments! 17 more words