For my part, soon guests will be stopping by The Goreletter blog to offer new entries to the Instigation department on a regular basis. I’m calling this event “Dark Promptings” and it should be interesting to see what ideas come out of this.
I’m also guest blogging here and there, and a few have already been published. I’ll list them below for those who are interested, and then update this post when new ones come out.
- “Barcoding Your Book” — an essay on outlining the emotional shape of your novel. Available at author Teffanie Thompson White’s “Free Cotton” weblog for writers.
- “Spotlight on Many Genres” — an interview with Heidi and I on the process of collaboratively editing the book. Guest blog at Meg Mim’s Lighthouse Mysteries weblog for mystery writers.
- “N is for Networking” — an excerpt from my article in the book, “Genre Unleashed.” Excerpt at the Seton Hill Writers weblog hosted by Lesley L. Smith and other SHU alumni.
- “They Call Me A Horror Writer” entry on R.M. Haag’s (Ryan M. Williams) weblog
Planned Stops on the Future Itinerary:
To learn more about Many Genres, One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction, visit our weblog dedicated to the book, or order from Amazon.com today. The book is back from the printers and shipping in May!