Author Interview – Tui Snider

Buckle in, readers! I took a leap and asked Tui Snider to come do an interview about her latest book. It's non-fiction, which is a departure from our poetry and fantasy - BUT, it's about graveyards and symbols and all the fun stuff you didn't even know you didn't know, so let's go! First, an … Continue reading Author Interview – Tui Snider

Miscon 31 – The Ascension, Part One

Last year, I felt I was given permission to write what I wanted. I didn’t have to be the next Virginia Woolf or Jane Austen. Fantasy was fabulous. Science fiction was valuable. So, I went home and wrote Ferals & Blights. I entered the Writers of the Future contest and won a Silver Honorable Mention. … Continue reading Miscon 31 – The Ascension, Part One

Saturday Show & Tell

Saturday Show and Tell - a showcase of inspiration each week that lit up my creativity and fired my imagination. Enjoy! Colorschemer (@colorschemez) on Twitter I hear you. You don't use *the* Twitter. Okay, but hear me out. If..I say, IF, you were going to begin on Twitter - this would be a great place … Continue reading Saturday Show & Tell

Saturday Show & Tell

Saturday Show and Tell - a showcase of inspiration each week that lit up my creativity and fired my imagination. Enjoy! Metis I'm reading Apollodorus and came across this daughter of the Ocean. I never knew she was the one who provided the "potion" to make Cronos regurgitate his children. I also didn't know she … Continue reading Saturday Show & Tell

Saturday Show & Tell

A special guest Show & Tell! Rochelle Campbell has a BA in Written Communications with an emphasis on Digital Media. The SciFi End of the Supernatural will be her fourth published book. It will be available on January 30th in both print and e-book on Amazon and CreateSpace. We met online during the #Storydam Writer's Group, … Continue reading Saturday Show & Tell

Saturday Show & Tell 1/7/2017

Saturday Show and Tell - a showcase of things each week that lit up my brain and fired my imagination. Enjoy! The Telling: I had a setback with my book, Ferals & Blights. After reading several essays on white writers including diversity in their characters, I realized that despite trying hard to avoid pitfalls, I … Continue reading Saturday Show & Tell 1/7/2017

Julie’s 2016 Best of Books

Book lists are the best. I can spend hours going through them. It's like shopping, but without the crowds or the debt! I read 151 books this year. You can see more of my reviews on my Goodreads page. If you aren't friends with me on there yet...why not? My longest read was Neal Stephenson's Seveneves, … Continue reading Julie’s 2016 Best of Books