It’s the question every writer asks themselves. I don’t know one who hasn’t, at some point in the struggle to get words on paper, just thrown down the pen or chucked the keyboard at the wall in frustration, wondering if … Continue reading →
For those of us who really like a bit of science fiction with our fantasy (and vice versa), all 17, 500+ entries in The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, 3rd ed, are now free, and searchable, online. The first edition of … Continue reading →
Have a sample chapter from Raven’s Tears. Here’s one from Dead Man’s Trigger. The reviews have begun to come in, and they’re fabulous! There’s just about a day and a half left on the ebook giveaway. You’ve got that long to get your … Continue reading →
From Alesia: Hello, everyone! I’m sitting in a vacation rental with my bestie of 23 years, who is also a fantasy fiction writer and a role playing gamer. We’re in southern Oregon, on the Rogue River, enjoying our yearly retreat … Continue reading →
You might think this is yet another wanna-be expert treatise debating the use of first vs. third person in writing, or perhaps either a defense of, or attack on, the industry-wide taboo on “perspective jumping” within scenes.
Well, you’d be wrong about that.Continue reading →