Some books deserve their own category. I recently interviewed Tina Welling the author of WRITING WILD: Forming a Creative Partnership with Nature. If the hustle of life is getting you down and crushing your creativity then find out some tips she has to share.
You can read the interview here.
I was fortunate to get a chance to read Barbara Abercrombie’s latest release A YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY: 365 Days of Inspiration and Encouragement. It’s full of tips, anecdotes, quotes and more to help you get that book written and stay inspired throughout the process.
You can read her interview and get a taste of her advice here.
Do you have a mystery you’re dying to get published (sorry couldn’t help myself)?
Whether you’ve written a cozy/ amateur sleuth, traditional, hard-boiled/private eye, police procedural, thriller or any other subgenre of the mystery field, Denise Dietz just may be the editor for you.
In her interview she shares her insights on what she looks for and what turns her off and advice for professionals.
You can read her fascinating and fun interview here.
I had the pleasure of reading Lisa Cron’s latest release WIRED FOR STORY: The Writer’s Guide to Using Brain Science to Hook Readers from the Very First Sentence. If you’re the kind of writer who wants to find out:
Why stories matter…
What writers can do to keep readers enchanted from the first page to the last…
What a story really is…
Then this is the book for you.
You can read her interview here.
Do you want to know more about book trailers, how to act in a photo session or how to get your eBooks up on OverDrive.com? If so, then you’ll enjoy my interview with John Pagliuca.
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