A lot of people I know have mixed feelings about my home town, but one thing that’s undeniable about Boston is that it hosts tens of thousands of academic types, from undergrads, to professors, to grad students, to visiting artists, … Continue reading
There have been various times in the past when I thought that writing was making me unhappy. During these episodes, just thinking about writing could leave me bitter, frustrated, and angry. I would suffer flares of jealousy, and regret along … Continue reading
Fellow Greyhart Press author, Bob Atkinson’s time-travel adventure, The Last Sunset, recently earned prominent mention by BBC Scotland. Check out the article in which Atkinson reveals how his work was influenced by the stark landscape of the Scottish Highlands.
*The deadline for this is August 27- Greyhart Press is giving away 75 eBook copies of VampCon to LibraryThing users only, through the LibraryThing Early Reviewers Program! In order to be eligible, you must sign up for a LibraryThing account, … Continue reading
Advance copies of VampCon were sent out! Our beta-readers are giving us valuable feedback and catching typos! We aim to have the final version out in mid-to-late September. Hurray!
On my post yesterday, I argued that writers who are published by small presses or who are self-published (or both) owe it to themselves to support their colleagues. This applies to me as well, and as a follow up, here is my … Continue reading
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Tagged 2012, Adam Christopher, Angry Robot Books, Confessions of a Gourmand, Greyhart Press, Imperium, In the Rouge, Indy Writers, Jennifer Rainey, Nicholos Olivo, Paul Melhuish, Reading List, Self Publish, Seven Wonders, SJ Forester, small press, Terminus, These Hellish Happenings, Tom Bruno
Lately I’ve been spending a bit of time on Wattpad, and if you haven’t heard of Wattpad, it’s an interesting idea: a social network for writers of all skill levels. You can post stories in progress there, get comments and … Continue reading