authors, writing

Tor/Forge open to manuscript submissions

http://www.authorspublish.com/torforge-open-to-manuscript-submissions/ Tor/Forge publishes science fiction and fantasy books. Run by Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, Tor/Forge is an imprint of Macmillan, one of the big five publishers. Tor is one of the most established science fiction publishers and they have won the Locus Award for best SF publisher 26 years in a row. Some of the… Continue reading Tor/Forge open to manuscript submissions

authors, Randomness

Asimovs Sci-fi is always accepting:

Asimov’s Science Fiction: Always Accepting Unpublished Fiction Written by A Guest Author | March 31, 2016 Written by Eleanor Matama Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine is one of the better-paying markets there is out there, for science fiction content. This science fiction magazine predominantly favors character-oriented short stories and poetry. Asimov’s Science Fiction is very flexible… Continue reading Asimovs Sci-fi is always accepting:

authors, marketing, writing

Today only: awesome deal from Writer’s Digest.

http://www.writersdigestshop.com/the-successful-self-publishing-premium-collection-1?utm_source=writersdigestshop.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wds-bak-fb-160401- Ooh I want this 🙂 Can't have it, but I really want it 🙂 The Successful Self-Publishing Premium Collection Format: Digital Collection The Successful Self-Publishing Premium Collection There are more options than ever to produce your work and make it available for sale-without assistance or approval from a publisher. New online services can publish… Continue reading Today only: awesome deal from Writer’s Digest.

Grammar, writing

An update on using Grammarly…*amused*

Okay, so I'm having waaay too much fun with Grammarly now. They want me to upgrade, and they tell me when there are "advanced" issues with my grammar. But to do so, it costs money that I don't have and don't want to spend right now even if I did have it. So here's where… Continue reading An update on using Grammarly…*amused*

Advice, writing

5 Techniques for Amazing Internal Dialogue

5 Techniques for Amazing Internal Dialogue.   There's some good information here, nice quick read but good information to have. I see a lot of authors writing everything in first person POV, (which is fine even though I'm not a big fan) and they seem to either have too much internal or not enough, When they… Continue reading 5 Techniques for Amazing Internal Dialogue

Advice, authors

Very good article about “Filter Words”.

Hmm... I didn't know these were even a thing, but after reading the article I get it. Bad author! *smacks hands* BAD Author! Now... don't do it again... if you're good I'll give you a cookie. 😀 Yes I like cookies and they are my scoobie snacks for writing. Since I'm editing, this came along… Continue reading Very good article about “Filter Words”.

authors

Cover Reveal For Jen Winters: Falling Angels

Doing a cover reveal for a fellow author; she's done a lot to help me out with my own writing endeavors and she's pretty talented and awesome so I'm returning the favor. I read her arc Kissing the Rain and found it entertaining and appetite whetting. I'm working on reading Kissing Demons now, the only… Continue reading Cover Reveal For Jen Winters: Falling Angels