Cheri Roman is a writer in both young adult and fantasy genres. Cheri loves writing and thrives on the constant pursuit of chocolate. She lives happily with her husband and Jack E. Boy, the super-Chihuahua, in the not-so-wilds of North Florida.
If you’ve been in the writing game for more than a week you’ve probably heard the following advice: Have your manuscript professionally edited. It’s good advice. The Ailment(s) Writers who edit their own work face the pitfall of brain/eye dysplasia. It works like this: Your brain knows what it meant to write. Your fingers did … Continue reading Three Types of Professional Editing and Why You Need Them
Today I am pleased to host one of my favorite romance authors, Tawdra Kandle. She and I met through Indie Book Fest (fabulous Fall reader/author event. You NEED to go!) and I love her books. Well, she has a new one coming out TODAY, so I asked her to tell us a little about her … Continue reading Author Interview with Tawdra Kandle
Hello folks. It’s been awhile, I know, but I hope you remember me. I’m the teacher/writer-who-wanted-to-write-full-time. And now, for better or worse, here I am with writing as my DAY JOB!!! WOOT!!! Ahem… About six months ago, I let y’all in on my plan to change The Brass Rag into a writer’s blog. Since then, … Continue reading Beginning again
Well folks, it’s that time again. New Year’s Eve and time to look both ways. I’ve done a lot of that in the past few days, and for more of my thoughts on that, check here. Which brings me to what I want to talk to you about. The Brass Rag has been a blog … Continue reading New Year, New Purpose
I know a lot of people love the Black Friday Sales. They wait all year for them, but I do not. I am not happy in crowds and find shopping fairly exhausting at the best of times. Black Friday is not my best of times. But, I’m not at all opposed to folks saving money. … Continue reading Not-Black Friday
What am I most thankful for? I don’t know that I can answer that question with any quantitative accuracy. Like anyone, I have challenges and disappointments, but when all the beads are counted, my string stretches unbelievably long. Enough so that the counting of my blessings is a humbling experience. One that leaves me shaking my … Continue reading Thankful
My emotions when I woke up Wednesday morning to the news of Mr. Trump’s election, can be accurately described as a maelstrom. Disbelief. Anger. Fear. Worry. Sadness. And it has not gotten better over the course of the last week. Riots, horrifically cruel facebook posts, school yard bullies, college misogynists, and a host of other incidents and actions … Continue reading After the Election: How I plan to move forward.
Veronica Helen Hart, like many of the Alvarium Experiment authors, writes in multiple fiction genres: women’s, historical and science fiction with a little murder and adventure on the side. Welcome Veronica! Q: How did you come up with your story, ‘Recovery’, for Return to Earth? VHH: My first idea fell apart, shattered by being too … Continue reading Author Interview with Veronica Helen Hart
And now its my turn! Read on for an inside look at how I managed to land a spot with the Alvarium Experiment, and write Gaia Returning, free this week on Amazon Kindle. CLR: Like so many other things, it came about through networking. Bria Burton and I are both members of the FWA. We … Continue reading An interview with, well, me.
We are pleased and honored to welcome Tracie Roberts, talented author and member of the latest offering from the Alvarium Experiment, Return to Earth. Tracie writes in multiple genres including paranormal romance, YA, and New Adult. Social Experiment is her first foray into science fiction and it is available for FREE today on Kindle. Follow link to … Continue reading Guest Interview with Tracie Roberts