Guest Bloggers A – L

Anderson, Kevin J Outside, in the Office

Avila, Julie Ann Once Upon a Fairy Tale

Becket, Matthew Great Expectations

Bennett, JJ Get Out of Your Comfort Zone

Berger, Lou J. In the Company of Giants Meeting Summer Goals (or Not)

Berthiaume, Heidi Social Networking Sites and You What If?

Bilodeau, Marie Love Your Cannon Fodder Planning a Book Launch Party

Black, Alice Web Design Hell

Boone, M. Scott Basics of Copyright Intellectual Property – What Is It? Harry and Ginny, Book and Movie Option and Right of Refusal in Book Contracts
nscottboon@gmail.com

Boop, David Killing Your Muse with No Saving Throws Left
lac@rmi.net

Bowen, Gail The Elements of a Good Mystery
bowen.gail@gmail.com well-known Canadian mystery author with a long running series (Ann)

Braithwaite, Daniel Good Characters Drive Good Stories

Brandt, Gerald  Never Pitch to an Editor in the Bathroom

Brawner, Jessica Don’t Throw The Game For One Goal

Bucheger, Monique The Blind Side Ginnie West Cover Reveal Extravaganza! (Book Promo)

Buller, Tom Game Mechanics and Story Structure

Cole, Myke The Gaming Influence Capturing that Military Feeling

Conteur, Darke Finding Strength in Weakness

Cori, Michelle BBuilding My Tribe

Corres, J. Nathaniel A writers tale, perspective on success, failure and living the dream

Cross, Katie Putting Together a Book Tour

Cummins, Ann Book Reviewing in the Trenches

Dalglish, David The Triumph of the Dalglish: How I Sold 200k Novels While Not Knowing Squat

Dandridge, Doug Marketing 101

DiLouie, Craig What Makes Good Horror?
cdilouie@zinginc.com excellent horror writer (Ann)

Dudley, Karen A Hangman’s Tale

Edstrom, Eric It Worked, It Failed – Lessons Learned in Indie Publishing

Ellinger, Jordan Coming Up in the Trenches

Farland, David The Future of Publishing Is Self-Publishing Those Writerly Moments David Farland’s Kick in the Pants—Building Characters

Fitzpatrick, Sandra Partnership Considerations
Tax and business management adviser to writers and small business. Fantasy writer. (Ann)

Fogarty, Mignon “OK,” “Okay,” and How to Deal with Other Troublesome Style Choices Social Media Mistakes That Make You Look Like a Newbie Well-Used Words

Fondren, Natasha Maximizing the Potential of Your eBook

Forest, Susan Using the Tools of Both Literary and Commercial Fiction
http://speculative-fiction.ca/ novelist, short story writer, editor for EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy publications, teaches sci fi and fantasy writing (Ann)

Frater, Rhiannon Pretty When She . . .

Galler-Smith, Barbara A History Lover’s Thoughts on Historical Research
bgallersmith@yahoo.ca The Druid Trilogy, Historical fiction and science fiction. Editor at On Spec magazine (science fiction and fantasy) (Ann)

Genesse, Paul Haunted Hospital

Golden, Sean Getting Noticed

Greening, Martin The Beginnings of the Quest

Grey, Megan  Writing Friends Getting Lost in Pan’s Labyrinth The Benefits of Sibling Rivalry My Computer is Trying to Destroy Me (And Other Writing Fears)
glenmegonia@yahoo.com

Greyson, Jen Dispelling the Myths: Part One, Part Two (Interview) Editors: Freelance v. In-house

Groening, Amy They Do Things Differently There

Hades, Brian Are You in the Business of Being YOU?
publisher@hadespublications.com http://www.edgewebsite.com/ (Ann)

Heisey, Holly Do I Really Have to Write Every Day?

Helmer, Tiffinie Writing for Love and Murder

Helmigh, Suzanne From an Artist’s Point of View

Herbert, Brian The Holy Grail of Creativity

Hewlett, Holly Dawn The Gift of Fortitude The Written Word in a Digital World: The Value of Social Media to Your Writing Career

Heyman, David Petting the Dog in Space
dheyman2014@gmail.com

Hildebrandt, Aaron Scott From Zork to Halo and Back Again, Part 1 & 2

Hoyt, Sarah What’s in a Genre?

Ikenberry, Kevin Based on a True Story

Klarbrunn, Petra The Importance of Reviews. The Importance of Author Mentors. Mixing Horror with Other Genres. Halloween Flash Fiction Participant.

Knight, Sam Now What? A Smile and a Handshake Storytelling Lessons from the King Fail to Win

Koch, Gini Gini Koch: Why I Like Traditional Publishing

Laycraft, Adria Writing Stories That Matter
http://www.adrialaycraft.com/ aklaycraft@shaw.ca Editing services (From Paper to Pixels). Fantasy and science fiction writer. Several short stories published. (Ann)

Lefebvre, Mark Leslie How to Get Noticed on Kobo

Leslie, Mark Notes to My Younger Self

Levine, David D The Wonder of Fantasy
dlevine@spiritone.com http://www.daviddlevine.com/ Tor author and winner of the Hugo award; science fiction and fantasy. (Ann)

Lindsey, Brenda U.S. Taxes: Things to Keep in Mind Parts 1 & 2

Lyris, Sonia Oris sonia@lyris.org Will Build Worlds for Spare Change