Have you wondered where I've been lately? Maybe you have and that's great. I love to hear it. Maybe you haven't and that's ok too. Although I am crying a bit into my wine glass. Seriously though I have fallen behind on my posts here on my blog. It's not that I've stopped blogging its … Continue reading Disappearing Blogger
In case you missed the interview with Blake McIntyre this morning the transcript is below. Many thanks to her for participating in our author interview series. Rebecca: We have a lot of wonderful people associated with the music industry here today. Thank you so much for being early risers and appearing on our program this … Continue reading A Character Interview with Blake McIntyre by Grace Augustine
You can imagine all the twists and turns in a long adventure. Here are a few tips that will help anyone hoping to tackle a project like this.
What is your favorite weapon? Kat lifts her hands, turning them this way and that, examining her the lines along her palms. She lifts her eyes to the interviewer, an orange glow spreading across the rims of her iris’. The skin above her cheekbones darken, and her teeth elongate, sharpen. A puff of smoke curls from her nostrils, trickling up her cheek. “I am the weapon.”
This is sound advice from a new Indie Author Ashley Hodge that applies across genres. I think we've all learned a little something along the way and its important to share that with other authors. Watch for a review on Ashley's book Damaged Hearts on my blog coming soon. Source: The Best Advice I Have … Continue reading The Best Advice I Have Ever Been Given
Character wise, some books really surprise me because some characters can turn out to be heroes in their own right even without saving the day or slaying dragons. For me a hero is someone who acts with his or her heart and in the simplest ways tries to make the world a better place.