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I can be a lioness when I want. Hear me roar.

As I work on The Girl Who Lived, the sequel to Spilled Milk, I’m acutely aware I’m a male writing from a female’s point of view. 332 more words

Think, Sip, Write - ep13: Success in Writing

I’ve received some questions and requests for advice over the years, about the writing process.  Here I’ve talked about steps towards success in publishing, and more.

Rick Pipito

Brave New World Author Meets "Big Brother"

On this date in 1917, Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World, started works as a teacher at Eton. Eric Blair, one of his students, will one day gain fame of his own as George Orwell, author of 1984.


Saturday Promotion Day, 2

Today and every Saturday through the rest of the year, writers are free to post details of their books here. To do so, just tell us a little about your book in the comment section and provide a link to a retail outlet. 33 more words


The Real Good Stuff in Fiction

For a couple of centuries now, at least since the likes of Henry James and Dostoevsky, the literary world has been in the grasp of the psychological novel. 1,538 more words

Let us go then, you and I

I’m supposed to be on my way to New Orleans, but I had to cancel my scheduled appearances at Bouchercon in New Orleans this week because of pending deadlines. 308 more words