Month: October 2010

I’m ready for my close-up, Mr. DeMille!

“I’m walking on sunshine…Whoa-oh-oh!” Feet tapping, hands drumming, and head bobbing, this author’s day has gotten a little brighter than it was a moment before. And it was pretty darned bright already with Samhain looming on the horizon! Why, whatever is going on, B.C.? Well,if you insist, the first review of my latest novel, A […]

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Quinessential Querying

I often hear (and say) that writing a query letter to an agent is one of the the single-most scary (is that even grammatically correct? Ah, screw it!) aspect of being a writer. One might be inclined to think it would more so be a matter of writing anywhere from 60,000 – 120,000 words, or […]

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Through the Wormhole- Interview with author P.M. Russell

“Once upon a time…” This is how most children’s stories begin. It’s a rare treat to find a children’s author who takes a journey that does not start off with the classic introduction. Admittedly, I am not a big children’s story reader. As I do not have children of my own, I find myself glossing […]

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