Monthly Archives: December 2020

Useful Gifts for Writers: Bookplates

With 2020’s vicissitudes, I haven’t been doing any book signings this year. I suspect 2021 will be much the same, which is one reason I’m getting book plates made for some of those upcoming books: one for the Tabat books, … Continue reading

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Using SFWA Effectively for Book Publicity

People sometimes ask whether or not the membership fee for the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America is worth it. I think it is, but mileage will vary. That mileage is certainly dependent on how effectively you use it. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Asking for What We Want in Our Lives – And What We Deserve in Literature by Kathrin Hutson

Asking for What We Want in Our Lives – And What We Deserve in Literature Kathrin Hutson We are not defined by our mistakes, and we deserve to reach beyond our dreams until they become reality. This is a pervading … Continue reading

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Reading Like a Writer: Planning It Out

Tracy Townsend just did a terrific workshop this Saturday on Reading Like a Writer, (here’s the highlights from Twitter). One thing I came away with is the idea of planning my reading — or at least some of it — … Continue reading

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