Monthly Archives: June 2018

Podcast Interview of Gwen and John by Annette Rochelle Aben

Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
Annette Rochelle Aben was very gracious to have Gwen Plano, and I on her Tell Me a Story podcast on The Magic Happens Radio Network. We are discussing the collaboration that took place on The…

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Teaser Tuesday: Welcome to Lacarsis

Almost forgot to put one of these up.  I wanted to give people a good look at Lacarsis, which I guess can be seen as a spoiler.  This was also my best chance to introduce Princess Cyrena.  Meant to pick … Continue reading

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Evolution of Quest of the Broken-Hearted

The biggest influence behind Quest of the Broken-Hearted was Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.  I liked the idea of an adventure taking place in a castle full of monsters that the hero is either trying to clear out or escape from.  … Continue reading

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Are Free Promotions Still Worth It? – by Frances Caballo…

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
on The Book Designer: The controversy over whether it’s worthwhile to give books away for free continues. You work hard when you write a book. There are the costs associated…

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A Shift in the 2019 Plan: Ichabod and Lloyd

So, I was thinking that I would start working on The Longbow of Ichabod Brooks when August hit.  Just some night work or using days when my parents want to do something with my son.  Well, I usually count up the … Continue reading

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A License to Print Money

Originally posted on Entertaining Stories:
Jim Webster is back, gang. His Lisa Burton Radio post was super popular, so today he’d like to tell you about another story of his. Take it away, Jim: *** The first fantasy novel I…

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School’s Out and the Summer Begins

The last week of school was a little more chaotic than I expected.  There were a lot of errands and chores along with stress in getting things ready.  Not the least of which was helping to get some dead branches … Continue reading

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