Emily Tjaden, Guest Contributor I know what you might be thinking: “But I’m a novelist. I don’t blog.” Fair enough. For a long time, I felt the same way. Blogging was for people who didn’t—or couldn’t—write fiction; why should I bother with it? Well, the truth is, there are a lot of reasons you should bother.
Adrienne Niceley, Guest Contributor: There comes a point in your journey as a writer when it's time to move forward. Getting out into the realm of other conferences gives you new perspectives that will benefit you hugely in your career.
Miguel Flores, Guest Contributor Today, in a fun turn of the tables, Miguel Flores, winner of the 2014 Novel Contest, for The Witch’s Cat, offers his thoughts on Daniel’s novel Runt the Hunted.
Meriah Bradley, Guest Contributor In November, Meriah Bradley discussed “Writing Science Fiction When You’re Not into Science.” Today, she shares 6 more steps we can take to overcome intimidation.
Meriah Bradley, Guest Contributor I came to the depressing conclusion that science fiction writers needed to know everything. But a first draft, several short pieces, and much research later I discovered otherwise and learned some things I wish I’d known all along.