Tag Archives: Rie Sheridan Rose

Author Interview: Steven R. Southard

  Today’s blog post is an interview with my fellow Hides the Dark Tower author and Avast Ye, Airships contributor Steven R. Southard. I asked Steven to tell us a little about himself, and his work in Hides the Dark … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween!

  This is my favorite holiday of the year. Ghosts and ghouls wandering the world, trick-or-treating, scary stories… Last week I told you about some of the scary stories that I had for Halloween. Today, I am going to give … Continue reading

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Once More — Let's Go, WriMo!

[The above is the Toastmasters Speech I gave on the subject Tuesday. Sorry for the position of the camera…but the vocal is good] One last call to action here. 🙂 NaNoWriMo is less than 48 hours away now.  Join me … Continue reading

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GUEST POST — Naomi Rawle Discusses Her Story "Core Craving" in Hides the Dark Tower

  I’d like to start off by thanking Rie for letting me share with you some of the things that inspired “Core Craving,” the flash fiction piece I have in the Hides the Dark Tower anthology. The story is set in … Continue reading

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Overcoming Writer's Block: 5 Quick Tips

We all have those days… Sitting in front of a glowing screen, or empty notebook and NOTHING wants to be written on it. This has been particularly frustrating in light of the challenge this year. I can’t afford NOT to … Continue reading

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Marketing Tips from a Master

  One of the steps in my platform building challenge this month is to request an interview from an expert. To me, Marc Gunn is a marketing guru. He is my go-to guy when I am looking for ways to … Continue reading

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Care to Join Me?

Yesterday, I told you about one of the challenges I was working on.  Well, today’s to-do item is to post a Call to Action. As many of you may know, it’s almost that time again…one of my favorite and most … Continue reading

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I Love My Job…But Sometimes–

All my life, I’ve wanted to be a writer. Of course, I’d love to be the next Stephen King–but I don’t expect to be. I would settle for being a household name in my hometown… …but then, I see something … Continue reading

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#FallIntoHorror — Writing Horror

As I said yesterday, the blog hop is officially over, but I thought it only fair that I get to share why I like writing horror and how you can too. So, here’s a bonus post for you. 🙂 I … Continue reading

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Productivity Feels Good, No?

I am currently revising one published novel and one WIP. I have another published/out-of-print novel waiting in the wings for revision. The Bruce and Roxanne collection–with new stories as well as the old–is in formatting stages. The Nearly Notorious Nun … Continue reading

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