Just passing along the news from Whidbey Island Writers Association: AGENT/EDITOR CONSULTS POPULAR PART OF WHIDBEY ISLAND WRITERS CONFERENCEAPRIL 1-3 IN COUPEVILLE, WASHINGTON Registration for The Whidbey Island Writers Conference includes the add-on opportunity to talk with a Literary agent or Publishing House editor in genre of choice. The Conference is set for April 1-3 in Coupeville, WA. and participants may sign up for any of the Three Days. Six-minute private consults cost $15.00 per…See More
I’ve started writing for Modern-Witch.com. I’m somewhat closeted about it—no one uses their real name on the site—but wanted to share this news with you all. This, my first article, is for a bead-and-wire craft project. If you have written a new-ish book that would appeal to young-ish neopagans, let me know and I will see about writing a review.
"Corbin, I just finished reading Creating a Life. Wow, I only bought it yesterday! Couldn’t put it down, obviously. Because I am not a mother I have to research a lot in order to write fiction with characters who are mothers, and I’ve…"
"Loretta, how lovely of you! I am particularly proud of that book. For future reference (since you write fiction), the editor of that book left Putnam and is now at Unbridled. Great small press to keep on your radar."
Loretta, how lovely of you! I am particularly proud of that book. For future reference (since you write fiction), the editor of that book left Putnam and is now at Unbridled. Great small press to keep on your radar.
Welcome to the Bloggers Let’s Make it Work group! So glad you are here. Please visit the discussion New Members Visit Here First, tell us about your blog so we can list it on the members blog index.
I hope you will find, as I did, a great sense of community, loads of information and resources, and an incredible amount of talent.
Jump in on ongoing discussions or start one if there is an issue you would like to discuss.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Loretta. I'm so happy you enjoyed Daughters of the Witching Hill! I really felt for these people and wanted to do justice to their story. It was really important for me that they were finally able to tell their story in their own "voice," and for that I used as many unique dialect words I could glean from the original court transcripts (ie daylight gate, skriking, clay pictures, etc.). I live in the Pendle region and am surrounded by these unique dialect/speech patterns which I find very evocative. Thanks for asking. :)
Hi! Thanks for friending me! Yes, Greta gave my story a good critique. Thanks for offering! I do have another one I was going to offer up for a reading, but it's around 7,000 words. Would you be interested in looking at it? If not, it's totally OK!
"Cynthia, Just waving hello. If you’re looking for places to connect here, we’d love to have you join us in the Novelists (Struggling or Not) group. I hope you’re enjoying exploring SheWrites, and best of luck with your…"