Author Archives: RieSheridanRose

About RieSheridanRose

Rie Sheridan Rose multitasks. A lot. Her short stories appear in numerous anthologies, including Nightmare Stalkers and Dream Walkers Vols. 1 and 2,  and Killing It Softly. She has authored twelve novels, six poetry chapbooks, and lyrics for dozens of songs. She tweets as @RieSheridanRose.

What a MESS!

My website is currently a lot of broken links and empty pages since I moved it completely on to WordPress from its last home. It will be something I work on actively in the upcoming months, so do check back … Continue reading

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CHARACTERIZATION NOTES: Let’s Talk About Cobblestones…

When I was in the UK, I realized something that I’d like to share. You know all those stories where the heroine is fleeing down the cobblestone streets? Often running for her life? Well, these are examples of cobblestones we … Continue reading

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Meet the Main Crew of the Moonbeam

For my own stop on the current blog tour, I thought I would dive a little deeper into the characters in Mutiny on the Moonbeam. Look into their histories and motivations a bit, and maybe play “if I were casting … Continue reading

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Long Time No Post…

But I’ve been incredibly busy. I do have two new novels out this month. First, new from Mocha Memoirs press, a Fantasy Romance, Mutiny on the Moonbeam, which is available for pre-order on Kindle and out in paperback on Amazon, … Continue reading

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Year End Summary Post

  It’s the time of year when everyone recaps the good and bad things that have happened in some way that is relevant to them. Those of you who have been reading my very sporadic blog for awhile know that, … Continue reading

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Things Have Been Busy Around Here!

I haven’t been good about posting lately, but I am determined to try and do better next year. In the meantime, you are owed an update, and it will be a BIG one, because I have had quite a few … Continue reading

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The Name Game

(This was first written in 2003, and published as a magazine column, then revised in 2011 for a simple tips handbook currently out-of-print…but I have been thinking of the issue a lot lately, and decided it was time for an … Continue reading

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