Yes I did here.
A defence we learned against a dagger attack. Might want to take a look at some earlier posts linked in the text if you're new to the blog, since this subject is just a little trickier than the very basic stuff I've been writing about up till now.
In today's post, I invent a time machine and travel back in time to interview myself at the ages of 12, 16, and 20 in order to find the answer to that inevitable question: Why do I write?
I blogged today: http://stacikrause.com/submission-are-nigh/
It's mainly about my current novel and things I've submitted.
Former game journalist, current aspiring novelist
WIP: Twice Sworn, Urban Fantasy novel - in polishing phase.
Mother of 2 beautiful boys, Zachary and Nicholas
My new blog: http://stacikrause.com/
Purgatory Reign,Explorer X - Alpha, Explorer X - Beta, THE PACK, Bandits, Flutter Of Luv
It's my very first interview. Michele Fogal has created 'the Author's Batcave' as a place to chat with authors of all kinds about just about anything. I was very happy to be the first Interview and I talk about it in today's blog post
I WANNA HEAR IT FROM THE MASSES! (or at least from my twelve followers) What inspires you? Do you read prologues? Also included a link to my excerpt page with my original prologue (now part of chapter 4) from PHOENIX: The Gathering, my YA paranormal romantic suspense WIP.
Find it at: The Cinderella Diaries
Please follow me. **sniff** I'm terribly lonely.
Shiny new Blog post up at Guerrilla Warfare For Writers
Have Pub Creds -- Will Travel
The Girl They Sold to the Moon (NEW RELEASE)
Planet Janitor Site.
My Blog-mate Nancy Bilyeau interviews thriller writer (and high-powered publicist) M.J. Rose about her new thriller The Book of Lost Fragrances. Great interview, found here: http://bloodygoodread.blogspot.com/
Mystery writer and author of Dead Harvest, Chris Holm offers advice to up and coming authors over at The Thrill Begins, the International Thriller Writer's blog for new authors: http://thethrillbegins.blogspot.com/
Urban fantasy novelist Chrysoula Tzavelas discusses her unique views on angels.
Anne E. Johnson
Science Fiction and Historical Fiction
Novels and Short Stories