I don’t know about you, but I sometimes struggle to know what to say on the various blog posts I write across the web and this one is no exception; in fact, it’s why it’s now mostly author interviews. But all that is about to change ….! More coming soon about that.
Hi, this week I’d like to welcome Gail Aldwin to the Thursday Throng. Gail writes every day and loves to see her stories change direction and become more textured through redrafting and editing. Alongside the slog of completing a novel, she enjoys playing with short fiction and poetry.
Meet Hassan Osman, a writer and author of non fiction books. The full title of Hassan’s lastest book is “Write Your Book on the Side: How to Write and Publish Your First Nonfiction Kindle Book While Working a Full-Time Job (Even if You Don’t Have a Lot of Time and Don’t Know Where to Start)”, which probably sounds familiar to the majority of writers these days.
In this week’s Thursday Throng author interview, writer Cari Schaeffer get’s to sit in the hot seat and talk about her life as a writer. Her latest series is inspired by her life in the military, as a US Air Force veteran.
So, it’s with great pleasure that I can now reveal the overall category winners of this year’s Hysteria Writing Competition. All three winning entries are featured alongside the other nine finalists in their category in Hysteria 6, the anthology of 30 short-listed entries.
Hello and welcome to this week’s Thursday Throng author interview. This week I’m pleased to have Milica Vladova on the blog with her book, Build Your Immune System Fast. Milica lives in Bulgaria and aims to spread valuable knowledge that will help others on their journey to happiness and well-being.
Presenting Sue Williams, an author and poet who is the founder of Your Signature Success Story and creator of the Believe! book series for women. Her own Signature Success Story began when she wrote a poem called Believe! in 2012, which was the catalyst that led to her being nominated for a national Women Inspiring Women award for her writing in both 2012 and 2013. She has also been featured in magazine publications including Soul and Spirit and Kindred Spirit and appeared on local radio.
Jonathan Fesmire, lives in Southern California with his son. By day, he’s a copywriter, by evening a steampunk author, and at all times, a dedicated dad. Though Jonathan started out writing fantasy, he has moved completely to steampunk, enchanted with its aesthetics, possibilities, and implications. He’s a fan of the stories, the art, and the gadgets, and enjoys interacting with the community. In fact, Jonathan regularly interviews popular members of the steampunk community for his The Wild Steampunk Blog.
Every year I run an international writing competition for women to help raise money for The Hysterectomy Association.