*3/17/18 The ASF Short Story contest is now closed for entries. WELCOME! It's time for the Adventure Scifi and Fantasy Short Story Contest It's important to have an awfully long title for a short story contest, I think. Entries for this Short Story Contest are now closed. Thank you to those who submitted! You can… Continue reading Adventure Scifi/Fantasy Short Story Contest!
*addition: Click here to ENTER the Contest and to read Official Rules How's your preparation for the upcoming Adventure Scifi and Fantasy Contest coming? Do you need any help or extra inspiration? Entries for this Short Story Contest don't actually open until February 26th, 2018, so you've still got more time to write...or procrastinate. Whichever works… Continue reading It’s Almost Time! Adventure Writing Contest
Earlier today, in our announcement of the Rebirth of The Rise of Aredor Series, I promised an interview with the author. Never fear, for my word has been kept (only because Claire is awesome). I had some random questions for Ms. Banschbach, but in the wackiness of my brain there is a rhyme to… Continue reading Interview with Fantasy Adventure Novelist Claire M. Banschbach
Grit. This word keeps popping up all around me lately. The idea has been around a looooong time, but for some reason grit has become the little bell dinging in my ear like a wake up alarm. What is grit? Well, Merriam-Webster says: : firmness of mind or spirit : unyielding courage in the face… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Grit as a Writer
When we last discussed How to Not Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing we worked on setting a publishing goal, and today we'll talk about the breakdown; we'll get an idea of the separate parts which are easier to tackle. If you've decided to publish for more than yourself or a select few of your family members, then… Continue reading How to Not Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing: Make Your Big Goal Manageable