We are pleased to announce the official release of “Mazes of the Mind” by Mike Sherer.
We are pleased to announce the official release of “Margery” by Jeffrey Penn May.
Meet Greg Stone, author of Dangerous Inspiration, in the Dealers Room at Malice Domestic on April 28, 2023 – April 30, 2023
We have regrettably decided not to open for novel-length submissions again during 2023.
Greg Stone is the author of Dangerous Inspiration. Synesthesia alters detective-turned-novelist Ronan Mezini’s perceptions. But can it help him find the killer? Wednesday, February 8, 2023 (7:00pm - 8:30pm): Trinktisch, 87 Leonard Street, Belmont, MA 02478 Wednesday, February 22, 2023 (7:00pm - 8:30pm): Trinktisch, 87 Leonard Street, Belmont, MA 02478 For more information: Dangerous Inspirations: A Book Reading & Beer Pairing (with Author Greg Stone)
We are excited to announce that we have officially signed an agreement with author Gary Beck to publish his military action and adventure novel, “Call to Valor”.
We are pleased to announce the official release of “Dangerous Inspiration”, a debut novel by Greg Stone.
This is a Call for Submissions for “We Fear Not the Sea”, an anthology of stories inspired by sea shanties.
In Part 1 of this discussion, we talked about why someone might want to stay anonymous as a result of stalking or for personal safety. Here are some more of the other really good reasons to stay anonymous. Transitioning Transitioning is a really tough process, made intentionally tougher in some places. Plenty of gifted writers have discussed the process, so I'm not going to repeat that here. What I am going to say, however, is that you may, or may not, be ready to ditch your deadname. You may be out, or you may not. You may have fully transitioned,...
I think most writers wrangle with the feeling that their writing is garbage, from time to time. Our own inner critics take our rough drafts and compare them incessantly and unkindly to the great works that exist in the world. And this is a normal part of the growth process. Read something polished, pick up those tricks, apply them to our works-in-progress lather-rinse-repeat. But another thing happens, sometimes. Sometimes the critics get you. I just recently completed a gig, writing blog posts for a software company. It's work I've been doing for decades, but this time I got a hold...