Revived is Finally Revised

My first novel, The Wolfglen Legacy: Revived, has finally been revised. Once I give it time to breathe (leaving it alone for 3-4 weeks) and then do a final polish, it will be ready to send off to an agent. Almost every necessary tweak and critique has been done, and it’s ready to go. I stillContinue reading “Revived is Finally Revised”

Pikes Peak Writers Conference: Coming Up Fast

Well, as I have stated before, the Pikes Peak Writers Conference is coming up fast. Slightly under two weeks until we are there. Right now, it costs about $450, but I’m passing along the word that it’s one of the top ten writers conferences in the country, and is the friendliest overall. Seriously, a Marriott with aContinue reading “Pikes Peak Writers Conference: Coming Up Fast”

The End of Days…for a Scholarship! Info for Pikes Peak Writers Conference

Today is the last day you can sign up for the scholarship for the Pikes Peak Writers Conference, being held April 19-22 at the Marriott in Colorado Springs, CO. In honor of the conference’s 20th anniversary, there will be a plethora of excellent presenters for all of your writing needs, including agent Donald Maass, EditorContinue reading “The End of Days…for a Scholarship! Info for Pikes Peak Writers Conference”

Physical Books vs. Kindles — Your thoughts?

Carrying on the spirit of my last post, I wanted to post some thoughts, then ask you to weigh in on that famous cultural wrestling match: Kindle vs. Book. I guess you can include e-readers in general, but Kindle seems to be their poster child at the moment. “In this corner, weighing a few ounces,Continue reading “Physical Books vs. Kindles — Your thoughts?”