Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Conversation with Jean LeBlanc…

How do you introduce someone like Jean LeBlanc? As a poet? A teacher? A photographer? A philosopher? An old friend? She is: inspiration, guide, mentor, generous editor of works-in-progress and, yes, poet. These words seem ultimately inadequate to describe her. I … Continue reading

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Chugging along…

Recently had a couple more reviews show up for Soft Target, which is something that always makes an indie author smile inside, even when we are neck deep in the real job, the real world, and the thousand other projects that … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Kat Mellon…

About a month and a half ago, I put out a call on the NaNoWriMo Facebook page for authors to message me if they wanted me to feature them on my blog this month. Kat Mellon was one of those … Continue reading

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Desultory Friday…

Woke up, checked my email, found a message from Imaginarium, the college lit mag that accepted “Shadow Pool” for publication in its second issue. It had been a while since I received the acceptance letter, and once again I had … Continue reading

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Submitting, writing, editing, reading, writing, teaching …

…not necessarily in that order. First things, while you’re here, be sure to check out the first Infamous Scribbler guest post ever, namely Jim Reader’s Putting a Little Realism in Your Fantasy. Also, my newest interview is up, this one … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Putting a Little Realism in Your Fantasy … by, Jim Reader

Welcome to the first guest post here at Infamous Scribbler, this from author and friend Jim Reader, who holds his own over at the Central Texas Home for the Terminally Twitchy. It is thanks to a bet-slash-dare from Jim that … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Dominique Goodall…

I met Dominique Goodall via a mutual membership in a Facebook NaNoWriMo group, and after striking up a few conversations, invited her to be part of Indie Author Month here on Infamous Scribbler. Dominique describes herself as a “fun, young, … Continue reading

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Update-y post is update-y…

Business first. I have sent an e-mail to the six non-Entangled Publishing commenters who were kind enough to leave feedback on my “Conversation with Sue Winegardner” post. It was originally supposed to be five selected at random, but when I … Continue reading

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Knew I was forgetting something…

Or rather, several somethings. I woke up early for a Sunday, with the realization that I’ve started sleeping through my first alarm and should probably find a remedy before I sleep right through the beginning of a work day one … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Connie Wilson…

I have been getting back into the reading groove with a vengeance, and this week found me tearing through two Young Adult novels by Connie Monique Wilson, author and blogger at Musings of a Manic Blond. Northern Lights and Learning the Hard … Continue reading

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