Interview with Merle Temple, author of A Ghostly Shade of Pale

Interview with Merle Temple, author of A Ghostly Shade of Pale

Interview with Merle Temple, author of A Ghostly Shade of Pale

Recently, I met with Merle Temple at his book signing in Tupelo MS. He is one of the most captivating people I have had the privilege to speak with, and I am honored to post his interview here on my site. He is a former Author Rodeo Roundup member and we will sorely miss him this year. Thank you, Merle, for allowing me to post your interview and images. MEET MERLE TEMPLE Merle Temple I came of age in the South in the 50s and 60’s, and write about what I know. Living three or four lives in one lifetime

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Writer Groupie Episode 19 Interview with Mary Buckham, urban fantasy author

Mary Buckham is a USA Today bestselling urban fantasy author who also has several books on how to write active setting, who teaches plotting workshops, and who is just amazing as she inspires authors to achieve greater heights with their work. I am excited to have her on Writer Groupie Podcast. I think Mary is my new addiction. In this episode, we discuss her journey as an author and how publishing has gone for her. ————– AUDIO ONLY ————– SHOW NOTES: How Mary Buckham managed a writing career with 5 kids under the age of 8 in the home Who

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Writer Groupie Podcast is on iTunes

Writer Groupie Podcast is on iTunes

Hello world! Writer Groupie Podcast is on iTunes! This is the link to go to the show on iTunes So now you can subscribe to the show, get regular updates when a new show comes out, and please DO leave a rating, or review. Writer Groupie is also posted here on the blog on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so subscribe to the blog/site as well! Coming next Tuesday, the fabulous Jodi Vaughn, author of Veiled Secrets, and her latest holiday boxed set, Candy Cane Kisses and Candy Canes and Tractor Chains will be on the show with me and it is

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Don’t Expect Shortcuts by Terry Ervin, author

Don’t Expect Shortcuts I visit a lot of online writing forums. It’s an opportunity to network with writers and authors, and a lesser number of readers. Sometimes I learn something, but it’s also an opportunity to share what I’ve learned from my experience as an author and, to a far more limited extent, editor. It’s probably the teacher in me seeking another avenue to do what I enjoy (I’m also a high school English teacher). Relic Tech Some of the common questions posted by writers early in their writing career include: How to write combat scenes. How much description is

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Blogging for Writers 101: Make it good

Writers are still blogging. There is no question about it. Many other career-minded individuals have fled the blogosphere, but not writers. So if the matter is not, are writers blogging, but rather, what are writers blogging, then let’s look at that. In my opinion, writers always have a lot to say about blogging. Here is a short list: 1. Writers write about writing 2. Writers write about their stories, books, poems, etc. 3. Writers write about what jazzes them (might be political, religious, etc.) 4. Writers write about books they are reading 5. Writers write about the places they travel

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