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The Poster Boy of e-Publishing

Julia Maurus discovers the success strategies of American Hugh Howey, the self-published author turned millionaire behind the hit trilogy Wool.

Hugh Howey knew his best chance of being a successful author was online. 1,287 more words

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Sally Collings: Extreme Editor

Sally Collings is an extreme editor. Being a professional ghost writer and co-writer is one thing but, for Collings, extreme editing is what it really comes down to. 1,377 more words

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Writer Interview-Rachel Leigh Smith

Tell me about your latest book.

My newest book is the fifth novel in my A’yen’s Legacy paranormal sci-fi romance series, Hidden In Ashes. It does stand alone, but I recommend starting with the first book, … 720 more words

Charting A Path

So You Want to Be A Writer?

Felicity Castagna in conversation with Julia Maurus.

JM: In May this year , you launched your free e-book, So You Want to Be A Writer? 1,375 more words

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The Women behind the Men behind the Crimes

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings said that a woman has got to love a bad man once or twice in her life to be thankful for a good one. 1,168 more words

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The Muse of Research: Math and Other Marvels (S. L. Huang)

One of the great pleasures of reading is hanging out with folks whose storytelling game is totally different from my own. S. L. Huang writes the action-packed adventures of a mathematical mercenary-superhero, Cas Russell, whose style of math and narration alike are totally different from mine. 574 more words


Muse of Research II: Food As World Building (Lev Mirov @thelionmachine)

One of the things that draws us inexorably into another world is the food. From Marcel Proust’s cookie that launched a million words to the favorite treats of space station dwellers thousands of years in the future, what we eat both draws us together and marks the boundaries of Home and Away. 1,317 more words