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Point of View: When it All Comes Together

Today’s a momentous day for me. This morning, the Campfire Podcast launched the first chapter of my story “The Autumn Lands” – for the next two weeks, the story will unfold, day by day, on Vance’s fantastic chapter-a-day podcast: campfirepodcast.com It almost didn’t happen. Back in the late summer, my friends at Mischief Corner Books … Read more

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Point of View: Banana Surprise, Alligator Feedings and Platypus Horns

Angel and Scott

Hey all… I just got back from Dreamspinner’s annual retreat. I had a fantastic time there with a bunch of QSFers, including but not limited to Angel Martinez, Jon Keys, Jamie Fessenden, Lloyd Meeker, Andrew Q. Gordon, Brandon Witt, Elizabeth Noble, Z. Allora, Shira Anthony, Skylar M. Cates, Wade Kelly, Gus Li, Clare London, Pearl … Read more

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Point of View: Recognition

Vancy

We all want to make a little money in this business. Yes, most writers write because they can’t NOT write. Because there’s something inside each of us that drives us to express ourselves through the written word, putting out into the world the stories we see in our heads. But we also want to make … Read more

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Point of View: Getting Happily Sidetracked

Shiny Thing

OK, so I am knee-deep (or maybe neck-deep) in third drafts for Oberon, my NaNoWriMo sci fi project, prior to sending it out for submission. So what have I spent this last week doing? Writing an entirely new and unrelated project, of course. This is how writer brains work. You have to be at least … Read more

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Point of View: Third Draft Hell

Scott

Anyone who follows me regularly will know that I decided to do NaNoWriMo (the writing challenge where you try to knock out a 50k novel in 30 days) for the first time in November. I survived the challenge and wrote Oberon, the first part of a trilogy I’ve been knocking around in my head for … Read more