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WHO DONE IT? HIGH SEA by Stu Leventhal is thrilling drama at its best! HIGH SEA by Stu Leventhal Author Stu Leventhal has got a winner here! High Sea is innovative creative writing at it’s best. You won’t want to … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Here you will find the other The Alienated Critic columns. Wherein One Critic is Introduced (with Theory Expounded)and Another is Bid a Fond Farewell I have been reading science fiction for almost fifty years, and writing about it … Continue reading
Jonathan OliverJonathan Oliver is the Editor-in-Chief of Solaris and Abaddon Books. He is the author oftwo novels in the Twilight of Kerberos series, The Call of Kerberos and The Wrath of Kerberos,as well as a bunch of short stories that … Continue reading
Writers in the Storm welcomes back NYT Best Selling Author Kat Martin, who shares her magic to MAKING YOUR STORY BELIEVABLE by setting the location in a real place. In her latest book cover below, you can see the setting … Continue reading
1TumblrEmailPrintDiggRedditLike this:Like Loading…This entry was posted in Craft, Miscellaneous and tagged Ambivalent attachment style, Attachment Styles, Fae Rowen, falling in love. Bookmark the permalink.← Stellar Writing Sells!Love at first line: Opening sentences that grab →19 Responses to Why We (and Our Characters) … Continue reading
Theodore SturgeonBorn Edward Hamilton Waldo in 1918, he changed his name to Theodore Sturgeonin his early teens. He sold his first story, “Heavy Insurance,” in 1938 for $5 toMcClure’s Syndicate for publication in newspapers. The sale of”The God in the … Continue reading