WRITTEN IN THE STARS: Digital Book Launch Party!

- by Patricia Rosemoor

You’re invited! Whether or not you’ll be in the Chicago area tomorrow, September 10, you can be part of the launch party for WRITTEN IN THE STARS by Patricia Rosemoor & Sherrill Bodine. Come to McNamara’s if you can. If not, join the party on your laptop, tablet or Smartphone. We’ll be streamed live. Go […]

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So. . . How’s Your Book Doing?

- by E. C. Ambrose

Elisha Barber, first my Dark Apostle series, came out from DAW books on July 2, and now, all of my friends want to know how it’s doing.  That’s funny. . . so do I! Let’s see, there was a starred review in Library Journal, which is pretty cool, and includes the phrase “beautifully told, painfully […]

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How Much of Yourself Goes Into Your Book?

- by Dianne Drake

I did something recently that I’ve never done. I wrote a story about me, fictionalized it, embellished parts, changed some facts to make it more interesting, then submitted it to Lou Aronica to be included in I Never Thought I’d See You Again. It was a really difficult thing to do first, because it was […]

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When is a novel not quite a novel? When it’s a serial!

- by Suzanne Johnson

I have a new book out today under my Susannah Sandlin pen name, sort of. But not really. Welcome to the world of serial novels, where the processes we become accustomed to as authors no longer apply. When one of my publishers responded to a new book proposal in February with “Great! Let’s do it […]

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