Tag : writing

The Roundtable Podcast

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I had a wonderful time as co-host on The Roundtable Podcast, contributing to TWO episodes. Follow the links below to listen in… Workshop Episode 94 – Jake Bible, AJ Hare, and Suzanne Church AND 20 Minutes with Jake Bible Enjoy these and all the other Roundtable Podcasts!

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At the beginning of 2015 my writing resolutions were: 1. Create a writing plan, and execute the plan to meet my word goals for the 3XN novels. I have been focusing on this task, first and foremost. Hellmaw: Your World is Doomed launched on October 31, 2015 from Onder Librum and I can now talk […]

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Another NaNoWriMo WIN!

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The title says it all. Since 2005, I’ve done NaNoWriMo (AKA National Novel Writing Month) nine times, skipping years 2006 and 2009. Of those 9 attempts, I’ve won 8 times, and lost once (writing just over 31000 words in 2014). Because I love math (I have a degree in mathematics) I needed to summarize my […]

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Over the weekend, Carole Gill graciously added my guest post on her blog. Read my post: Writing by Numbers

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My recent Blog Tour Posts

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I’ve been busy, touring the blog-o-sphere recently. You can expect more of my guest posts to pop up in the coming weeks as my promotional tour for ELEMENTS  kicks up a notch. On March 28th, “Planners Vs. Pantsers” appeared on Steve Vernon’s Blog. I discuss the two categories of writers: those who plan out in […]

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Below, dear reader, please find bonus content for Suzanne’s book: ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction. This series of posts provides stories-behind-the-stories for each tale in ELEMENTS. The last story in the Table of Contents is: Soul-Hungry The last story in ELEMENTS  was written specifically for the collection. Near the beginning of January of 2013, […]

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Below, dear reader, please find bonus content for Suzanne’s book: ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction. This series of posts provides stories-behind-the-stories for each tale in ELEMENTS. Sitting in the 20th slot in the Table of Contents is: Muffy and the Belfry I’ve written several stories about ghosts. Probably because I believe in ghosts. Most […]

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Below, dear reader, please find bonus content for Suzanne’s book: ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction. This series of posts provides stories-behind-the-stories for each tale in ELEMENTS. Sitting in the 19th slot in the Table of Contents is: The Flower Gathering As a woman writing genre fiction, I’ve heard the “equality” debates and “gender” discussions […]

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Interview: Mark T. Barnes

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Mark Barnes was born in Sydney, Australia, in September of 1966. A strong athlete, he was also drawn to the arts at a young age, penning his first short story as a seven-year-old. He worked in finance and advertising before establishing himself in IT services management. Currently he owns and operates a freelance organizational change […]

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The Origins of Rentiniapox

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Below, dear reader, please find bonus content for Suzanne’s book: ELEMENTS: A Collection of Speculative Fiction. This series of posts provides stories-behind-the-stories for each tale in ELEMENTS. Sitting in the 18th slot in the Table of Contents is: The Needle’s Eye, winner of the Aurora Award for Short Fiction (English) in 2012. I became fascinated […]

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