Author Interview: Ash Litton

Today I’m happy to welcome fellow science fiction writer Ash Litton to a Blog World Tour: Science Fiction Edition interview! Thanks for being here today, Ash! Let’s dive right into the questions… I know you’re currently working on Tragedy of Ice–are there any specific challenges you’ve come across while writing …

Ensign’s Log, Entry 55: April Month Map Week Two Update!

Yes, this is a few days late. This month has been so crazy… The breakdown: Upgrade: I’ve edited Chapter 5, putting me a quarter of the way through the book. Will be focusing more on this, as I really want to wrap up this revision. Don’t Make a Wish: Currently …

Magic Monday: Snapdragon by Lea Doué

Today’s Magic Monday post features a short story rather than a full-length novel. Why? Because I enjoyed it so much! Here’s Snapdragon‘s blurb: Scarred and isolated, and bound to her beautiful twin sister through a horrible curse, Ryll passes her days in their country manor, resigned to her lonely existence. …

Ensign’s Log, Entry 54: April Month Map and March’s Wrap Up

April dawned bright, rainy, and hectic… But I finally snagged enough time to sort out my April goals and update my March month map. Let’s start with the results from March. So much color! March was definitely my most successful month yet, in terms of reaching goals. Not perfect, but …

Author Interview: Kristen Kooistra

Today I’ll be interviewing Kristen Kooistra, author of Heart of the Winterland, for the Blog World Tour: Fantasy Edition. I’m delighted to have her here on my blog–as a fellow writer, author, and blogger, she and I have shared many stories through our mutual writers’ group. Welcome to my blog, …