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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. 

Apr 24, 2016

Aimie K. Runyan's first novel, Promised to the Crown, launches this week. The novel is set in 17th Century France and New France, a.k.a. Canada.

The idea for the book started for Runyan in third grade when she took an instant interest in the French language and soon, an even deeper interest in everything to do with...

Apr 17, 2016

This week on the podcast, a two-part preview of Genre Con, a day-long educational event taking place in Golden, Colorado on Saturday, May 14.

First up is Terri Benson, who serves in a dual capacity as RMFW’s Western Slope liaison and education chair. Terri provides some insights into how Genre Con will run and what...

Apr 10, 2016

Betsy Dornbusch writes epic fantasy. She's also dabbled in science fiction and she has written and published short stories that have appeared in over a dozen magazines and anthologies.

Her first fantasy novel came out in 2012 and her latest trilogy is wrapping up, after Exile and Emissary, with Enemy, coming soon. She...

Apr 4, 2016

Eleanor Brown is the New York Times and international bestselling author of The Weird Sisters. Brown's first published novel created a splash. The Weird Sisters was an Indie Next pick, an Amazon Best Book of the Month, and a Barnes & Noble Book of the Month.

On April 30, Eleanor is giving a free workshop in...