The often funny and yet always talented Phil Taylor was kind enough to let me stop by his blog, The Phil Factor, to talk about some of the dangers I didn't anticipate when I first started out writing. Perhaps if I'd known, I might have done things differently. Perhaps not. I've turned off comments on … Continue reading A Guest Post and a New Book by Allie Potts! | The Phil Factor
This is it. The big launch week for The Watch & Wand and a few wonderful members of the blogging community have been nice enough to help spread the word. I've turned off comments on this post but would encourage you to click on the link at the bottom and maybe poke around on some of … Continue reading Imagine working the cutting room floor: a simple trick for editing your early draft | Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR
From the backseat, Kiddo asked, “how many more minutes?” We’d been on the road for the last three hours, so the bigger surprise was the fact that he hadn’t already asked the same question a million times already. “We still have a ways to go,” I answered, not exactly excited to reveal that we still … Continue reading Miles yet to travel
As my launch day inched closer, several people commented, "you must be so excited," which I was, but I was also terrified. It is one thing to spend the last several months (or years) toiling away on a novel in one's spare time, but it is quite another to actually let other people read it, … Continue reading Things that gave me courage to come out as a writer – Featuring Kristin Garrett
My plan for world domination er I mean literary success continues. Upon hearing of my upcoming launch, Steven Capps was kind enough to feature me on his blog this week. Thank you once again, Steven.
Hi there guys, for this week I have the honor of introducing the talented Allie Potts onto the blog. Her newest novel, The Fair & Foul, was released earlier this week. It is a science-fiction story set in the near future where the lines between humanity and technology are beginning to blur.
Juliane Faris, an ambitious programmer, shortcuts the next step in her career by undergoing an experimental surgery fusing her brain with a supercomputer. The procedure grants her unprecedented knowledge and cellular control over her body, but threatens everything she holds dear including her sanity. When others undergo the same modifications it becomes apparent that not everyone can afford the price that this technology demands. After reading her guest post, don’t hesitate to click on the cover and support an amazing author.
My First Time
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