I’ve always enjoyed learning how authors create the stories they publish, and I’m not alone. It’s no surprise that the most popular question authors hear is, “Where do you get your ideas?”
To answer that question in my own way, I’ve added extra content here on the blog as a bonus for my readers.
Elements contains 21 short stories — 14 reprints and 7 new to the collection.
If you click on a story title, the link will … Continue reading
Ongoing launches and appearances for Elements:
Dragon Con 2014, August 29 to September 1, 2014 @DragonCon @DragonConTV @dragonpod
Hyatt Regency Atlanta, Marriott Marquis Atlanta, and Atlanta Hilton, Atlanta, Georgia
Once again, Suzanne will be working as a reporter for The Daily Dragon. @daily_dragon
World Fantasy Convention 2014, November 6 to 9, 2014
Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia
Suzanne will be appearing as an “Attending Professional” at DragonCon from August 29-31.
Click through to the DragonCon site for all of the DragonCon details.
Saturday August 30
1:00-2:00PM Folklore and Mythology in Urban Fantasy with Suzanne Church, Leanna Renee Hieber, Faith Hunter, Alethea Kontis, Samantha Sommersby, and Jeanne C. Stein (Westin – Chastain ED)
2:30-3:30PM Reading Suzanne will be reading from ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction (Hyatt – University)
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On Monday, July 28th, Derek Newman-Stille interviewed Suzanne on his hour-long radio show “Speculating Canada”.
Derek asked some fabulous and insightful questions.
After listening, you might even have a deeper understanding of the Themes in ELEMENTS.
The link to Speculating Canada and Suzanne’s Trent Radio Interview
If you’re in the middle of your summer reading, remember that two of the Stop-Watch Gang members have short stories on the final ballot for the Aurora Awards.
If you pay the small fee to join CSFFA, you’ll have access to the voters’ package which includes free samples of all of the nominated works.
Voting closes at 11:59PM ET, Saturday, September 6, 2014.
“A Bunny Hug for Karl” by Mike Rimar was published in … Continue reading