Focus Fridays… Artwork

As writers, you spend so much time focusing on aspects of writing and your WIP, but how much time do you actually devote contemplating your cover art? Sure, you or your publisher may higher an illustrator/ designer, but it’s your story and you will know what best represents the theme of your book. Your book […]

Moonlight Mondays(Interview #16)

Aidan Mc Nally is from a little fishing village on the east coast of Ireland. Loughshinny to be precise and it is located in the rural country side of county Dublin. The influence of the sea has lead Aidan to be a keen fisherman commercially and he has a huge respect for the sea in […]

Moonlight Mondays(Interview #15)

Bill Greenwood I’m an equipment salesman who lives in Red Deer, Alberta with my wife Jane.  I started writing back when I was a kid, and won a national essay contest when I was in junior high school. Years later, I parlayed my prolific “letters to the editor” talents into a freelance column that was published […]

Moonlight Mondays(Interview #12)

Anna-Karen Sorensen is this week’s Moonlight Mondays author! Her interests include photography, medicine and the state of it, writing/poetry, philosophy/psychology. Anna-Karen currently resides in California, U.S.A 1. What is your debut novel and what inspired its story? Less a novel than a book of poetry and image. “A Fate Unwound Too Soon.” I wrote the […]

Why hire a professional editor?

Let’s face it… writers are busy persons. And after spending months crafting your story and ideas, mistakes in grammar and content can easily be overlooked. Have you used one word repeatedly? Did your character have cobalt blue eyes in chapter one, but later on in chapter eight, your character’s eyes are sky blue? That’s where […]