May 28, 2017
What makes a story horror?
If you ask Shannon Lawrence that basic question, be prepared for some thoughtful analysis.
The genre, she will tell you, extends beyond jump scares and slashers.
Shannon recaps the recent free workshop she gave for Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers in Denver and explores one her favorite topics...
May 19, 2017
We’ve got advice this time all the way from Japan.
Charles Kowalski is only a few weeks away from the release of his first novel, Mind Virus, but it’s been a long road to reach this point.
And Charles knows it was all meant to be. He had just the right amount of encouragement, he says, at just the right time to...
May 11, 2017
Teresa Funke is a high-in-demand coach who assists writers with all sorts of advice for every step of the process.
As a writer and self-publisher, Teresa has has done some creative and innovative things that have worked.
And a few that have not.
So she wanted to share what she’s learned, to help others avoid making...
May 4, 2017
Michael Haspil has a soft spot for villains.
He also a mountain of patience.
His journey to publication was so long he still doesn’t believe Graveyard Shift will actually be in the hands of readers in mid-July.
On the podcast, Mike talks about that bumpy road to publication for his first urban fantasy and he sheds...