Vastine Bondurant – Take That, And That!

Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.  — Albert Camus I’m approaching—with caution—a subject that’s on my mind. It’s on my mind a lot. Angst. Angst in our writing. My writing included. Remember as I progress that I said, emphatically: MY WRITING, TOO. All who know me have heard …

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B. Snow – Chats on Pre-Releases, the Writing Process, Hobbies, and Swag Ideas.

Hi, all, Charlie has graciously allowed me to guest blog today! When I asked her what might be good to chat about, she gave me a whole list of topics (because she’s awesome), so I decided to let my short attention span run free like the wind, and will be …

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Author Christopher Hawthorne Moss: Where do you get your ideas?

Authors get this question all the time.  Well, so I hear.  I’m an author, of GLBT novels and stories, so just in case anyone ever asks me that, I’m ready.  I discovered with my first novel precisely where the ideas originate. My own experience?  Or perhaps  my fertile imagination?  Those …

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Guest Author Augusta Li – UK GLBT Fiction Meet: An American Author’s Perspective

I recently had the great pleasure of spending eleven beautiful days in the United Kingdom and attending the UK GLBT Fiction Meet. I explored a lot of the country and visited some beautiful places, but this post will be about the meet itself. If you’re interested in reading more about …

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Guest Author Kayelle Allen – Writing a Hot Shower Scene

Writing a Shower Love Scene By Kayelle Allen The key to any good love scene is to incorporate the five senses: sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch. In addition, you want to provide an emotional response within the characters, so the reader can identify with them. For a love scene, …

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Guest Author: Grace R Duncan – Chatting Choices and Reviews

When I originally set out to write Choices, I honestly had no idea the monster it would become.  The idea started out as an AU fanfiction of the Naruto world.  It was to be the first alternate world (as opposed to alternate reality of Naruto) of my own making. But …

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A. Catherine Noon – Information Overload

One of the largest problems of the internet culture is too much information.  We are bombarded with too many options.  Back in the day it used to be just television.  Now it’s television, email, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, smart phones, tablets, and more – distraction, distraction, distraction.  Then there are the …

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Welcome Guest Blogger: Tinnean

I don’t know why it is, but it seems I get some of my best ideas just as I’ve gotten into bed and my head hits the pillow. And I know… I know… that these ideas are so brilliant that there’s no way I could forget them. Of course come the …

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