Author interview time!
This month, I’d like to introduce you to a short story author, William Spencer. William and I are members of a writing site, and he always has good advice to share. He lives in San Diego, is married with two children and two grandchildren. For ten years he ran his own communications consulting business, and before that he was the national creative director for KPMG’s employee benefit consulting practice. And, he loves classical music.
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First Monday of the month! Author interview time. My favorite day of the month. I have a really kick-butt author of contemporary literary women’s fiction, coming of age author. I love her stories because they are full of a healthy dose of real life. E.D. Martin is a wonderful writer and an amazing person. I met her on a writing site. She is rather shy and quiet, but always has great advice about the writing and publishing industry.
She doesn’t talk a lot, but when she does, you might want to listen.
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I met Patrick on a writing site. I fell pretty fast for his wit and humor, then fell even harder when I read his writing. He does a wonderful job with action, adventure tales full of intrigue and suspense.
Along with writing great stories, Patrick is a big help to other writers. He never fails to take a moment to offer some sage advice, or tickle your funny bone.
Without further ado, I give you Patrick Link.
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Do you like fairy tales? Sonya M. Black is your author. She adds just the right amount of angst to make your average fairy tale twisted. I met her on a writing site we are both members of, and she can weave a story like nobodies business. Her stories are full of twists and turns and surprises. I think you will enjoy her writing, her worlds, and her characters. Continue reading “Author Interview – Sonya M. Black”
I found Tim through a blog article he posted on point of view in fiction writing. I saw a kindred spirit and started stalking him. He is a short story king, interweaving horror, fantasy and science fiction with flare. When he’s not ripping off people’s skin in his stories, he is a staunch Whig and enjoys “debating” with Tories every chance he gets.
Tim is a sub-editor by day and a creator of scary by night. Continue reading “Author Interview – Tim Kimber”