Jaleta Clegg loves to play with words. She writes science fiction adventure and silly horror, and dabbles in other genres. She’s written an eleven book space opera, The Fall of the Altairan Empire. Books 1 and 2, Nexus Point and Priestess of the Eggstone, are in print. She’s published more than two dozen short stories ranging…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft # 83 Pacing a Series
Marcelle Dubé’s mystery novels have been published by Carina Press (The Shoeless Kid and On Her Trail) and by Falcon Ridge Publishing (The Tuxedoed Man). As well, under her Emma Faraday pen name, she has three fantasy novels published by Falcon Ridge (Backli’s Ford: Book 1 of the A’lle Chronicles, Obeah and Kirwan’s Son). Her…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #82 For sale… or free?
A native of Toronto, Michael Matheson is a writer, editor, and sometime lecturer. A submissions editor with Apex Magazine, and a book reviewer for ChiZine, Innsmouth Free Press, and The Globe and Mail, he is also the editor of the Friends of the Merril Collection newsmagazine Sol Rising. As a writer he has work published…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft # 81 Grounding Fictional Cultures
Elizabeth Black writes erotica and erotic romance from her home by the ocean in Massachusetts. She lives with her husband, son, and four cats. Her fiction has been published by Xcite Books, Ravenous Romance, Circlet Press, and other publishers. She is venturing into self-publishing for the first time this fall with her two erotic fairy…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #80 What Makes A Story Erotic?
Anne E. Johnson, based in Brooklyn, has published nearly thirty short stories in a variety of genres and for both adults and children. Green Light Delivery, her first novel in print, was published in June, 2012, by Candlemark & Gleam. She also writes novels for tweens. Learn more on her website, http://anneejohnson.com. Full disclosure: Green…… Continue reading Writer’s Craft #79 That New Book Smell