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A Great Review for Myths Untold: Faery from The Novel Approach!

The Novel Approach

Just in – a fantastic review from The Novel Approach: – here’s what they said about my story, “Through the Veil”: Author J. Scott Coatsworth closes out Myths Untold in a fantastic way with Through the Veil—and gave the other stories a tightly contested run for title of my favorite in the collection. In an alternate San Francisco of the … Read more

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Point of View: Writing Who You Know

reflection - Scott

There’s an age-old adage in the writing biz: “Write what you know.” This advice is suspect for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that it’s difficult to apply as a science fiction/fantasy author. Tolkien didn’t “know” Middle Earth, not in the personal sense. And Anne McCaffrey probably never actually made it … Read more

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“Myths Untold: Faery” Stops By Sue Brown’s Blog

Sue Brown

Today, Sue Brown hosts another stop for Myths Untold: Faery – this time, Brandon Witt talks about exploring Faery: One of the reasons I jumped at the chance to be part of this Faery Anthology was for the opportunity to do something different. The idea of this book was two fold. Center around fairies and … Read more

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Author Spotlight: JR Gershen-Siegel

JR Gershen-Siegel

Welcome to my weekly Author Spotlight. I’ve asked a bunch of my author friends to answer a set of interview questions, and to share their latest work. Today, JR Gershen-Siegel – Janet Gershen-Siegel is a freelance science fiction author and blogger for Adventures in Career Changing, which focuses on social media marketing. Her latest fiction … Read more

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“Myths Untold: Faery” Stops By Andrew Q. Gordon’s Blog

Andrew Q. Gordon

Today, Andrew Q. Gordon hosts another stop for Myths Untold: Faery – this time, an interview with all the authors: TELL US SOMETHING UNIQUE ABOUT YOUR MAIN CHARACTER. Gus: Glyn has an eerie beauty. His eyes are violet, though he’s always been told they’re just blue but his blood vessels are near to the surface. … Read more

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Another Myths Untold: Faery Blog Tour Stop!

Cate Ashwood

Today, Cate Ashwood host another stop for Myths Untold: Faery: Faeries are part of mythology the world over, past, present, and future. Called elves, brownies, the fae, and more, they evoke a sense of wonder and a little danger. Faery has its own rules, and humans enter at their peril. In this spirit, we bring … Read more

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More Myths Untold: Faery Blog Tour Stops!

3 Chicks After Dark

The Three Chicks After Dark are hosting a stop on our blog tour today, and Skye talks about what’s on her playlist: I always hear authors talk about a specific playlist they listened to while writing. It’s both awesome and daunting. I see a list of ten to fifteen songs they listened to while writing … Read more

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Great Review for Myths Untold: Faery!

Anna Butler

Just got an amazing review from Anna Butler for our new anthology, Myths Untold: Faery: I’ve never grown out of my love for myth and faery stories. In their purest forms, they’re primeval, subversive, eldritch, enlightening, sinister, unsafe and ultimately unknowable. When I graduated up from Grimm, it was to Warner Townsend and Dunsany both of whom … Read more

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And the Myths Untold: Faery Blog Tour Gets Rolling

“Myths Untold: Faery” launched this morning, including my new story “Through the Veil“. And along with it, the blog tour is in full swing. 🙂 Over at Melanie Marshall’s Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words, all four authors are talking about how we write: How do you write – are you a plotter or pantser, or … Read more