Added by Lady D on February 1, 2011 at 3:34pm — No Comments
New interview up on the site: Sam Sykes, author of Tome of the Undergates and forthcoming Black Halo…Continue
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The year 2011 marks the 150th year of the Kansas, and the State Library had a contest for the best 150 books about or by a Kansas Author. Of the 300 submitted, Feisty Family Values was one of the 150 chosen. I’m honored to be included with the likes of William Allen White, Truman Capote, Gordon Parks, Langston Hughes, Sara Paretsky, Nancy Pickard, Claire Vanderpool, Lois Ruby, Beverly Buller, Laura Moriarty and many more outstanding…Continue
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From the author of Before I Fall, Delirium is a love story set in a time and place where love itself is outlawed. 17 year old Lena (short for Magdalena) is anxiously awaiting her rite of passage to become safeguarded from the deadly disease known as Amor Deliria…Continue
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As an illustration student it was drilled into me that you must regularly save your work. Computers crash and discs and hard drives fail - save two copies, save three, save after every tiny edit on photoshop.
I've never lost work as an illustrator, and I've tried to take this lesson through to my writing. I work on my WIP in two different locations on two different machines, as well as occasionally on my phone. In order to have a constant, growing back up which I can access…
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I’m going to have my first face-to-face meeting with my editor in eight days.
I just realized as I wrote that sentence that the combination of “face-to-face” and “editor” might have given a few readers a chill.
A face-to-face is serious, right?
Does serious have to mean bad?
The editor, that horrible person who has some perverted need to hack away at my pristine creation, tells me I can’t be…Continue
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