Episode 41 begins the new year and the new decade. With me today is publishing consultant Jane Friedman.Continue reading “Interview with Publishing Consultant Jane Friedman”
I enjoyed reading this because of it’s a simple straight-forward reluctant vampire tale told from the perspective of Mara, a 1,600-year-old woman recounting her life. She’s not the glamorous, wealthy, worldly vampire one might expect in this kind of story, nor did she participate in consequential historic events or meet those who shaped them. She’s plain, poor, and practical. And tragically, cruelly, she lost the love of her life.Continue reading “Review of The Vampire Memoirs”
2nd to 1st to 3rd to success.
In episode 40 of Working Title podcast, I’m joined by author Julie Valerie, founder of the 85K Writing Challenge and now a debut novelist.Continue reading “Interview with Author Julie Valerie”
Fitting in a Third Full-time Job
In episode 39 of Working Title podcast, I’m joined by Melissa Michelle Green, author of the Fated romance adventure series. She talks about her decision to finally write out the stories that crowded her head, and finding time to do so, while raising a family and working full-time.Continue reading “Interview with Author Melissa Michelle Green”
Conventions and unconventional horror.
October is Vampire Author Month (according to me), so in episode 38 of Working Title podcast, I chat with horror writer, Peggy Christie, about her love of vampires and her explanation of their literary longevity.Continue reading “Interview with Author Peggy Christie”