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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers

The podcast feed from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Authors with new books. Experts on editing, marketing, agent queries, managing your writing career. Traditional publishing. Independent publishing. All aspects of writing fiction. 

Dec 15, 2016

This time on the podcast the guest is Frederick Bloetscher, who has an entry in the latest RMFW short story anthology, Found.  

Fred’s story is “The Old Coyote” and it’s his first work of fiction.

Fred also talks about the inspiration for the story and, being someone who works in water issues on a national...

Dec 11, 2016

The Rocky Mountain Writer debuts a brand new feature – Writer’s Rehab with Natasha Watts.

In this occasional segment about the craft of writing fiction, Natasha offers brief tips and strategies for braking bad habits.

First up are some ideas for writers who aren’t hitting the necessary word counts in their first...

Dec 3, 2016

On this episode, a chat with fantasy paranormal romance writer Robin Owens.

Robin chats about a recent column she wrote about her love of an audio books and about the two series she has up and running.

We also reminisce about RMFW—Robin was one of three individuals, along with Sharon Mignery and Christine Jorgensen,...

Nov 18, 2016

This time on the Rocky Mountain Writer we have another writer who contributed to the RMFW short story anthology "Found," published last September.

Rachel Craft, who writes as Rachel Delaney, had a story called “Every Drop of Light” included in that new anthology.

Rachel Craft is a full-time engineer and part-time...

Nov 10, 2016

In June of 2012, Barbara Nickless and her family were told to evacuate their house in Waldo Canyon, northwest of Colorado Springs, because a wildfire was bearing down. Authorities told Barbara to plan on being gone for a few days.

Instead, Barbara’s house burned to the ground, one of hundreds of houses lost in that...