Marni Mann’s Books Now in Young Adult Editions Fellow Florida writer, friend, and all-around great gal, Marni Mann made a big splash with her two novels about addiction: Memoirs Aren’t Fairytales and Scars from a Memoir. Marni’s publisher has now
Another month is gone, and another batch of books made the migration from the “to be read” shelf to the “been there, done that” shelf. Here’s the list of books I read for October: Portable Film School, by DB Gilles
CRAZY! That’s a great way to describe my writing life the last few months. Here’s what I’ve been working on: Trying to finish a draft of one long-standing writing project that isn’t my own (I’m writing based on a story
Those of you who have been regular, engaged readers of “Stories I Read, Stories I Tell” probably have felt a nagging absence over the last few weeks. I’m not self-centered enough to think you’ve been checking your email daily and–finding
I was asked to write a post on the topic: How do I know when a story is ready for submission? My fine writing friends over at the 5Writers blog posted my response. You can read it here.
Good fiction transports us into other worlds. Sometimes, this takes the form of the sweeping Civil War epic or the Deep Space Trilogy–big, complex novels filled with a large cast of main characters and more extras than could be supplied