To Complicate Matters

Today we have Linda Widrick to tell us the reason she wrote the novella, To Complicate Matters, part of the Ponder This… series. Hello, Linda. Why did you write this particular story? When I was approached with the opportunity to write a novella for the Ponder...

An interview with Rachel A. James

Welcome author of A Field of Forget-me-nots, Rachel A. James What is your writing schedule like? When I begin a new writing project, I often start with the title. It usually comes to me very easily, and serves as a writing prompt which kickstarts the writing...

Writing ‘A Field of Forget-me-nots’

I’ve always written Medieval Romance, but I love many time periods and have often thought about writing in a different time period. A couple of years ago, when studying for my Masters in Creative Writing, I used the opportunity to explore new genres and time...

What is the thing you love most about writing?

Perhaps what I love best about the writing process is putting into words the thoughts and feelings we all experience but perhaps haven’t been able to articulate ourselves. There’s something incredibly fulfilling about knowing we’ve given people the...

Creating Suspense using Multiple Points of View

There are a number of different point of view (POV) techniques a writer can employ such as first person (“I”), third person (“she”), omniscient (all-knowing), and variations on these techniques. One of my favorites to read and what I prefer to...

Rejections 2.nooooo: How to handle rejections and heavy edits

Sending out rejections  is one of the most difficult things I have to do as an editor. The hardest, I think is dealing with authors who have a bad attitude. Thank God, "divas" are few. Contrarily and unfortunately, rejections are many. But, here's...
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