A World of Wizards

- by E. C. Ambrose

No doubt many of you are familiar with Clarke’s law:  any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.  It’s been speculated that one reason why science fiction as a genre has lost some ground to fantasy is that we seem to be living in an age of magic.  With all of the extraordinary technologies at […]

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Team Monster

- by Patricia Rosemoor

 Now for something completely different… Whispers from the Void is the comic book series I’m co-writing with three other romance authors. We are Team Monster. Whispers is a look at the dark side of life from the female point of view. But it’s not all doom and gloom. We balance the horror with humor. The […]

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What to Look for in a Writing Workshop

- by Elaine Isaak

It seems that new writing workshops crop up every day–at least every week!  There are bootcamps, retreats, on-line seminars, master’s degrees and certificates, summer-long sessions, and local weekly events run by the only person in town who has tried to sell a book. A google search on writing workshops brings back over eleven million results.  […]

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By The Seat of My Pants?

- by Barbara Meyers

Lots of authors write without plotting first, which is what I do.  I’ve survived so far, but it’s a lot of work, especially if you decide to start writing in a genre you’ve never written in before and you have no idea what you’re doing.  Such was the case when I began writing The Forbidden […]

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