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My working method as a novelist has become clearer to me with each new book. Like a bird building a nest, I collect scraps and fragments of stories from people who have lived through a particular historical moment. A memory is encoded…Continue
I'm just about at the turning point of the story I'm writing on my blog. When I finish it, I plan to compile it into one place. See if it is really good. People seem to be enjoying it, and now I am working on finishing it strong. I know where I want to take the story and the characters and I am totally trying to take it there as hardily as I can.
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Baibin Nighthawk is a member of the Art of Ink in America Society and a writer. She has won several Poetry and international Calligraphy Awards in Japan and China. In partnership with Dominick Fencer, a VFR pilot (light-sport aircraft) and writer, she has been working for 3 years to finalize a spy-thriller trilogy.
"Black Hawk Day Rewind" is the first novel, and includes present-day themes in a high tech environment, providing the background issues and…
Added by Baibin Nighthawk on November 5, 2013 at 9:37am — No Comments
How does a historical novelist turn a real person into a fictional character? I have tips for you: eight, to be exact. My historical novel Helen In Love (Penguin 2013) fictionalizes Helen Keller’s real-life love affair.To fictionalize the affair, I spent five years avidly…Continue
My Interview at Smashwords
Added by Baibin Nighthawk on November 1, 2013 at 3:28pm — No Comments
Trick or Treat!
Ask a child: who rides a broom on Halloween night? Of course, she’ll know.
Then ask: but why are witches associated with Halloween? You’ll get a shrug.
Because she’d have to look back thousands of years... to when on…Continue
Added by Suzy Witten on October 30, 2013 at 10:09am — No Comments
13 limited-time-only free eBooks for the Amazon Kindle for 25 October 2013: http://vew.im/cj0p.
13 limited-time-only free eBooks for the Amazon Kindle for 25 October 2013:…Continue
Added by Faydra Deon on October 25, 2013 at 7:39pm — No Comments
Born in the high desert country, in Alamogordo, New Mexico, Florence loved exploring the wilderness on foot and horseback. Those grandiose landscapes formed her sensibility. Hidden pockets of unexpected greenery tucked away near springs in folds of barren mountainsides spoke to her of gentleness and beauty in an otherwise harsh world. She published her first poem in a children’s…Continue
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The three pylons of author infrastructure are:
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My novel, What Would Oprah Do is finally available.
I wanted to thank all of the wonderful women I have gotten to know on SheWrites. The writing life can be such a solitary professional experience and the friends I have made here have given me a lovely community. I can't thank you all enough, and some of you are included in my Acknowledgments.
What Would Oprah Do is now available on Kindle and Paperback! Free preview on Amazon…Continue
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Leza Lowitz is an award-winning poet, translator, essayist, screenwriter, and novelist, among other things. Her many books include Yoga Poems: Lines to Unfold By, the short story…Continue
Added by Carol Bodensteiner on September 12, 2013 at 7:01am — No Comments
Time is getting away from me. A week ago I was enjoying the last morsels of summer, the popular version anyway, that ends with Labor Day. We are still a week away from the autumnal equinox, and temperatures where I live will climb close to 90 this week. I don't feel like I have much, if anything, to show for the past week, which was mainly spent catching up at my day job and getting back to a normal sleep/writing…Continue
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