Category Archives: e-publishing

A Writer’s Life with B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Charlene Newcomb

Originally posted on Layered Pages:
I’d like to welcome back B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Charlene Newcomb to talk with me about her writing. Charlene is the author of Men of the Cross, Book I of Battle Scars. A tale of war’s…

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Attend a Writer’s Conference? A Risk Worth Taking! (Part 2)

By Catherine Hedge What a delight!  I have just returned from a regional writer’s conference, The Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators of Kansas.  I spent the day learning from wonderful, creative speakers:  Sharon M. Draper, Jennifer Mattson, Karen … Continue reading

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Seeds of Vengeance: Book Release by Mark Rogers

By Mark Rogers Here is the press release for my newest book:  Seeds of Vengeance. Fiction House Publishing Proudly Announces: Seeds of Vengeance, a novel by Mark Rogers, Author and Editor of Fiction House Publishing A near-death mining accident triggers … Continue reading

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Here’s to Modern Times, When Publishing is (Relatively) Easy…

By Donna Gillespie Recently I decided it was time to try out Amazon’s print-on-demand service, Create Space. It’s an appealing concept: One reader, one book. No inventory, no waste. I’d put it off too long: Only used copies of book … Continue reading

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WAR’S TENDER MERCIES

Originally posted on Tales of the Fiction House:
by Mark Rogers, Editor Our Founder, James Thaddeus “Blackjack” Fiction ‘Tell our stories, Raji. If you don’t, it will be as if we never lived.’ These whispering cries of joy and sorrow…

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” I Commiserate.” The Trauma of Trilogies

By Donna Gillespie and Beth S.  While working on the third book of my Light Bearer series, I wrote this post, The Trauma of Trilogies.  Thank you, Beth S.  for a great dialogue on the process and for your permission … Continue reading

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Book Release: A Carpathian Folk Song: Freedom, Love, Gold

By Catherine Hedge If I could twist time, I would love to spend an afternoon with Kati Tarnay.   I really like her, although we’ve never met.  I can imagine her dark eyes flashing in her heart-shaped pixie face.  Katie would … Continue reading

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The Creation of Hunting Heartbreak

By Marie Hampton I have always enjoyed writing. Even back in 6th grade my friend and I would listen to music and write stories about how we would meet our favorite bands and go on some crazy adventure. Recently I … Continue reading

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Thank You for A Grand First Year!

By Catherine Hedge Happy New Year! A year ago, persistent writer friends convinced us that we should start a blog.  We wanted  to showcase our writer’s group in preparation for launching our indie novels and reintroducing previously published works.  What … Continue reading

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WRITING ADVICE

By Raji Singh, (My name is Raji Singh, although I am truly a Fiction.) “Try to write most everyday- to stay in close mental proximity to your stories and characters.  Vast inroads into your work will be the result.”  J. … Continue reading

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