A Writer’s Business Plan by Tiffany Shand

Do you have a business plan for your writing business? Tiffany Shand has a new book out to help us through the business of writing. Read on for her thoughts on fiction vs. nonfiction writing. The hardest thing about writing nonfiction -Tiffany Shand I never thought I...

Catherine Kullmann brings us into Regency England

What a delight to have Catherine Kullmann stop by and bring us the flavors of Regency England. Settle in with a proper cup of tea and enjoy! Perception & Illusion charts Lallie’s and Hugo’s voyage through a sea of confusion and misunderstanding. Can they...

Short Story Publishing Guidebook

So you’ve got a short story you want published? Author T. C. Michael dropped by to reveal his new guidebook full of publishing information for the short story author. The idea to write this book was a result of my frustration when I was trying to find publishers...

Quirky Characters and Bound to the Truth

I invited Lisa Brunette to come over and chat about quirky characters and her new book Bound to the Truth. So what makes a character quirky? And just how many quirks does it take to belong in the quirky category? Read on! Bound to the Truth By Lisa Brunette Genre:...

Grabbing Inspiration for The Saga of Elizabeth Blackwell

Robert Nordmeyer, Author of  The Other Side of Courage – The Saga of Elizabeth Blackwell, chats with ePen about authors finding inspiration and what to do with it once you’ve found it. Read on then let us know where you found inspiration for your latest book....

The Magic of Writing a Midsummer Night’s Mischief

“The Magic of Writing a Book” By Jennifer David Hesse There’s something magical about writing. By stringing words together, you can create something out of nothing. You can try out different words and phrases, one after another, link them together like beads, and...
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