Monthly Archives: August 2011

Hear ye! Hear ye!

Expected release date Is Monday, November 21, 2011 When writers are turned loose to produce stories where ‘anything goes’, what happens? An anthology of great short stories written by authors who are not afraid to ignore the rules. Alternative-Read, a … Continue reading

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Thursday, Aug 25th BlogHop Question: Do you have a secret muse…?

Thursday, Aug 25th 2011:  ‘QUESTION: Do you have a secret ‘muse’ or ‘inspiration’, one which you would be a little embarrassed about admitting when interviewed about your book (or future book!) or that you feel may affect people’s perception of … Continue reading

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Moving on…

I am now working on Lesson 7 in editing my first novel using Holly Lisle’s HTRYN course.  Some of Lesson 6 I have to postpone until later when I start working on the actual rewrite. I think this is a … Continue reading

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The great American novel is a term used by many. Define what you think it means, what it should mean and why.

Thursday, Aug 11th: The great American novel is a term used by many. Define what you think it means, what it should mean and why. Question provided by affiliate author Amy Romine I think great American novel means the book … Continue reading

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How does a writer make marketing their stories easier on themselves?

(Aug 4) AUTHOR BLOG HOP: How does a writer make marketing their stories easier on themselves? Posted by Alternative-Read.com reviewer: Sassy Brit Thursday, Aug 4th 2011: QUESTION: How does a writer make marketing their stories easier on themselves? Question provided … Continue reading

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