HAPPY NEW YEAR! A new year, a new reading list! This year we are planning to mix it up and stray into our darker interests. We’ll be reading some novels, novellas, poetry, and even writing some flash fiction. While we continue to adore Jane Austen we will be exploring other authors who may or may […]
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Welcoming back Vera Nazarian, author of this month’s reading selection Pride & Platypus: Mr. Darcy’s Dreadful Secret, for part two of our interview.
Today member Mary C.M. Phillips shares some thoughts on writing classes, prompts, and this month’s reading selection. Don’t forget to enter for a chance to win a copy of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, courtesy of Quirk Books!
We asked Wayne Josephson about Emma, vampires, and writing, and today he answers those questions. Be sure to check out his guest post featured last week for a chance to win an autographed copy of Emma and the Vampires, this month’s featured selection. Other than Emma Woodhouse, which character did you enjoy developing to live in this […]
Reading is one of my favorite pass times, cathartic escapes, and all around safest way to occupy my time.
I not only read novels, but I love them.
Beginning this week of guest posts, we are most pleased to introduce Ben H. Winters.
Between the sorting through the qualities of sense and sensibility, and the foggy horizons avoiding sea monsters I have been in a crazy writing frenzy with #NaNoWriMo.
Today, I’m featuring a bit of my work in progress Between Lake and Tent Stakes.
Ahh, November….the month of thankfulness, oven-roasted turkey, the beginning of holiday shopping, my birthday… and novel writing?