I have a great lineup of authors for this month’s “Three Authors, Three Questions” post at Chiseled in Rock blog. Check out what mystery authors Cara Black and Jess Lourey, as well as UK thriller author Matt Hilton, have to say about their writing techniques and their non-writing creative talents.
Archives for March 2012
Kenneth W. Harmon writes horror, fantasy, offbeat literary novels, short stories, and probably a lot of stuff I don’t even know about. One of Ken’s newest unpublished manuscripts just placed second in the Pikes Peak Writers Contest. In February, 2011, Ken told us about his experiences in “Cutting My Teeth on Short Stories.” Now he …Read More
We have five new or upcoming releases to announce from the members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Please join us at Chiseled in Rock blog to learn more about middle grade novel Wave Me Good-bye from Teresa Funke, young adult The Never Prayer from Aaron Michael Ritchey, fantasy Darkest Knight from Karen Duvall, romantic suspense …Read More
Mark Twain “It takes your enemy and your friend, working together, to hurt you to the heart; the one to slander you and the other to get the news to you.” Will Rogers “I tell you folks, all politics is applesauce.” Cookie Monster “Me want cookie!”
Attorney Kate Flora’s twelve books include seven Thea Kozak mysteries, two gritty police procedurals including The Angel of Knowlton Park, a suspense thriller, Steal Away, written as Katharine Clark, and a true crime, Finding Amy, which was a 2007 Edgar nominee and has been optioned for a movie. Her current projects include Death Dealer, a …Read More
I’m over at Chiseled in Rock today with five things writers can do instead of writing. Join us and add your own favorite time waster to the list.
If you’re still thinking about joining us at the conference on March 30-31 but haven’t signed up yet, maybe this video will help. That little white-haired lady at the podium in the classroom shot is me, reading from the slush pile for the agent/editor panel. You can learn more about the conference and register at …Read More
j.a. kazimer is one of the most interesting and mysterious writers I’ve ever met. For a time, I thought perhaps j.a. wasn’t a real person. After all, I’d never seen a picture. Finally, at the Colorado Gold Conference last September, an author claiming to be j.a. kazimer sat at my table during the banquet. If …Read More