Writers are invited to LOGIN to a Forum here to post comments about their work in progress, the work itself, and requests for what kind of feedback they’d like. I will be responding on a regular basis. Writers are also invited to give input to each other, as well, keeping it all on a positive and constructive basis.
To join one, click on the “Forums” link in the top banner here. This process is currently in beta form, so I appreciate suggestions for improving it and will be working with my webmaster towards that goal.
Tired of Ham and Turkey yet? Try stirring up a batch of Aunt Helena’s Goulash, noted in my HOUSE OF DADS suspense novel. The recipe is set to appear Tuesday, December 23, in a guest blog for Killer Crafts & Crafty Killers. In HOUSE OF DADS, second in the Hillary Broome suspense series, […]
I’ve just opened a new forum on my website, in response to a student request. Indie Pub is a virtual drop-in center for folks who want to learn about and help each other publish their own writings.
BASICS OF INDIE PUBLISHING
What is Indie Book Publishing?
EXAMPLES from indie authors […]
This week, I received an email inquiry from a man who wanted to know how the Stanford Novel Writing Program is going. Well, it’s proved a useful experience so far. We spent the first half of the ten-week class reading “how to write stories” materials, including all of Nancy Kress’s Elements of Fiction […]
Leave a comment on this blog by Sunny Frazier, describing some “crafty” novels, and automatically be entered to win a free paperback House of Dads (a $10.00 value) OR… simply email KRL at krlcontests@gmail[dot]com by replacing the [dot] with a period, and with the subject line “Dads”
The House of Dads […]
Whew! Been awol so long from the website blog! No excuses except teaching four Delta classes, revising House of Eire, facilitating the Thursday Trinity Writers, Secretarying (a new word) for Gold Rush Writers, critiquing with Sisters in Crime, partying with NanLes gals and the 3Js (my sisters), completeing the fascinating assignments for Stanford Novel Writers […]
Women Cannot Run the Show? We’ll See Grandpa!
August 21, 2014
This review is from: House of Dads: A Hillary Broome Novel (Hillary Broome Novels) (Volume 2) (Paperback)
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When I won this Goodreads giveaway the author was kind […]
I just got word I’ve been accepted into the Stanford Online Certificate Program in Novel Writing. Excited to start this two-year program in the fall and learn more about writing fiction to benefit myself and my Delta College English 49B, Creative Writing Fiction, students!
There are seven courses in the program, one of […]
Come one, come all to the Authors Booth at the California State Fair in Building A/B (the Counties Building) any day from July 11-July 27.
California writers will be there to chat about writing and publishing, reading and all things bookish 8:) House of Dads, sequel to House of Cuts in the Hillary Broome […]
House of Dads ebook is out in time for summer reading, and it might make this hot weather feel cool in comparison to the book’s “dizzying drive to disaster,” as one advance reviewer notes:
A master maker of labyrinths–and of labyrinths within labyrinths–June Gillam has done it again in this newest novel. The reader immediately […]
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