Many different authors and titles (including my Empire’s Daughter) available through Sunday Aug 11 2019 at: http://bit.ly/2Tkjv7z
People use artefacts to relate to their world emotionally, as well as technologically. I like to explore this emotional and aesthetic relationship in my stories. … More From research papers to fiction: an interview with Helen Loney.
Words have the power to bring about healing if allowed to flow out of a painful or confusing situation … More The Healing Power of Words: Audrey Semprum on finding your way through writing.
I published my first book at the age of 61. So what took me so long? Fear and self-doubt. … More Overcoming Fear and Self-Doubt: J.C. Salazar on the journey to become a writer.
What was Dianna Hammond to think when she awoke one September morning after a dream with a title, characters and story arc in her head? … More You May Say that I’m a Dreamer
The relationship between cats and writers is as old as writing and domesticated cats. … More In our arts we find our bliss
I realized I wanted to write. And if I didn’t have some semblance of writing in my life I’d be unhappy. It was a revelation. … More Critical Learnings: Eileen Curley Hammond on becoming an author after 60.
New Voices of Experience Part III The dream of many writers is a publishing contract. But as author S.L. Partington has discovered over the last ten years, in many ways it is only the beginning, and there are many ways to define success. I’m Sharon Partington. I live in Alberta, Canada, and I’m a retired … More Getting Those Stories out There: an interview with S.L. Partington
Their Greatest Game continues the story of Theren, the world’s first synthetic intelligence, that began in First of Their Kind. … More Their Greatest Game, by C.D. Tavenor: A Review
I AM THE PAIN. I LEARN THE PAIN. I DEAL WITH THE PAIN. … More Deal with the Pain