"Deep Revision - Making the Good Even Better" is the title of a master class being taught by Heather Webb at Rocky Mountain Fiction Writer's Colorado Gold conference in September.
On the podcast, Heather talks about the topics she’ll cover in those four hours of in-depth learning.
Heather also gives us a peek at books she has coming out later this year and early next.
The first is an epistolary love story she co-wrote with Hazel Gaynor called Last Christmas in Paris. The second is a re-telling of The Phantom of the Opera called The Phantom’s Apprentice.
Heather Webb is the author of historical novels Becoming Josephine and Rodin’s Lover, which have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Cosmopolitan, Elle, France Magazine, and more.
Rodin’s Lover was a Goodreads Top Pick in 2015. To date, Heather’s novels have sold in ten countries. She is also a professional freelance editor, foodie, and travel fiend.
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Corinne O’Flynn is the unflappable conference chair for RMFW’s big three day conference, Colorado Gold, coming up in early September.
But of course, she is also a writer of fantasy and mystery.
So this time on the podcast it's a dual-purpose interview, to catch up with Corinne’s writing and find out about the new features and some of the guests arriving from all over the country and, in fact, world for Colorado Gold.
Corinne O’Flynn is the author of The Expatriates fantasy-adventure series, Witches of Tower Hill paranormal suspense series featuring the award-winning Ghosts of Witches Past, the Aumahnee Prophecy urban fantasy series, which she co-writes with Lisa Manifold, and the Half Moon Girls murder-mystery series.
Corinne O'Flynn is also a publisher with Wicked Ink Books, whose titles include the award-winning TICK TOCK: Seven Tales of Time and their latest release, OFF BEAT: Nine Spins on Song.
Corinne is a native New Yorker living in Colorado. She is a self-proclaimed scone aficionado, a professional napper, and she has an entire section of her kitchen devoted to tea.
When not writing, she can be found hanging with her husband and their four kids, playing board games, knitting, reading, or binge watching some fabulous shows (while sipping tea)
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Writer Mario Acevedo has written what he considers to be his favorite book.
It’s called University of Doom and it’s a young-adult thriller from Hex Publishers.
On the podcast, Mario talks about the fairly wild premise of University of Doom, featuring thirteen-year-old Alfonso Frankenstein and his father Eugino. Mario also fills us in on what he calls a re-boot of the Felix Gomez series, and all of his other editing, writing and other artistic endeavors, too, including painting.
Mario’s latest Felix Gomez vampire-detective novel is Rescue From Planet Pleasure. His short fiction has appeared in several anthologies including Nightmares Unhinged and CyberWorld. Mario's novel Good Money Gone, co-authored with Richard Kilborn, won a best novel 2014 International Latino Book Award.
Mario edited the 2016 RMFW short story anthology, Found, which went on to win a Colorado Book Award.
Mario serves on the writing faculty of Regis University and Lighthouse Writers Workshops.
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