In Joe Hill's most recent newsletter (subscribe here) he shared the cover and some information about his next book, a collection of four short novels called STRANGE WEATHER. There's even generous preview over at Entertainment Weekly's website. From his newsletter, Joe Hill writes: My next book, STRANGE WEATHER, a collection of four short novels, is out … Continue reading Joe Hill’s STRANGE WEATHER
~ Notebook #11 ~ When you're looking to reincorporate lean muscle to your prose and you turn to the maestros of the minimalist, clean, no frills, straight-to-the-point (and straight-to-the-heart) narrative technique. I have a tendency in daily speech and writing to use a lot of complex sentences (and parenthetical asides) and when I'm not mindful … Continue reading Brother, Can You Spare Some Prose?
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Jenny Mac is back! In April, the sequel to Riders of the Lightning Storm will be out! Get ready to continue the adventure! And here (drumroll….) is the new cover! "...featuring an intimately detailed plot, Horse Passages is very highly recommended as action/adventure science fiction novel and an altogether entertaining read.” -- Midwest Book Review You … Continue reading New Book: Lost Storm Rider | A Novel by Jennifer Macaire
Today must be the day of Jenny M. because she makes yet another appearance on this here blog with more timely words that I've aimed at my own psyche. To wit: So if I’m so impatient, how did I ever finish the book? I wonder myself. I tend to start things – and finish them. I … Continue reading Quote: Jennifer Macaire on Patience + Writing
by Jennifer Macaire Taken from her own eponymous blog. Remind me why I started writing? Oh yeah, I was stuck on the pampa in Argentina for 4 months, with 2 yr old twins and lots of free time. Susannah took care of the housework and cooking, so all I had to do was watch the … Continue reading Guest Blog: Jennifer Macaire’s Fabulous Life as a Writer
Clive Barker’s 1998 unrivaled tenth novel Galilee (subtitled as "A Romance" inside the cover, and also known as Galilee: A Novel of the Fantastic) is hands down one of the greatest novels I’ve ever read. It became the inspiration for a novel series I’d thought up one cold winter evening earlier this year. It’s funny that I’ve … Continue reading GALILEE by Clive Barker