Today is “What’s New?” day at Chiseled in Rock where I’ve pulled together the scoop on four new releases from members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. I hope you’ll drop by and check out the new books.
Archives for May 2012
As you can see, I’ve added the A to Z April Challenge 2012 Survivor badge to my sidebar. I learned three powerful lessons during my 2010 and 2011 challenge experience: 1. Have a theme, even if loosely defined. 2. Keep posts short…very short. 3. Make sure there’s a link in your comment or on your …Read More
The most helpful blog post on writing I read this week was by Kathryn Craft at The Blood-Red Pencil. It’s called Busted! – Edward Stewart Caught Telescoping POV. I’m reading Duma Key by Stephen King. Makes me want to get off the computer and just read all weekend. Today will be the day I get …Read More
According to David Freed’s website, “As an investigative journalist, most notably with the Los Angeles Times, he counted among his acquaintances con men, commandos, spies, people who get paid to solve homicides, and people who commit them. He chronicled affairs of state, all manner of catastrophes, and the activities of the US military, including one …Read More
What do I mean by that? Well, it’s like this. During the month of April while I was doing the Blogging from A to Z Challenge, I used the theme of “My A to Z Wish List.” As the month went on, I realized there were a lot of things on my list I could …Read More
I’m at Chiseled in Rock blog today with a review of Victoria Hanley’s newly released edition of Wild Ink: Success Secrets to Writing and Publishing in the Young Adult Market. This new release (today as a matter of fact) contains additional material plus updated quotes and interviews with current best-selling YA authors. If you’re even …Read More