Historical fiction author Margaret Pinard has taken the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag and turned it into an authortube-style tag! Margaret, JC Carpenter, and I did this live, discussing our books, author goals, characters, writing tools, and more. We had a great time!
Watch Lurking for Legends co-hosts Richard H. Stephens, David M. Kelly, and me read (more like act!) live excerpts from historical fantasy authors Anita Stewart, Lindsey Pogue, and…me! This was a highly entertaining episode in which show hosts Richard and David may have finally completed their quest of making me laugh! What’s historical fantasy anyway? […]
A.F. Stewart’s new show on Go Indie Now, “Words That Kill”, just reached the end of its first season, and I was fortunate enough to be interviewed for the final episode! The editing is beautiful, with lots of great images that I think you’ll enjoy, curated specifically for my interview. A.F. and I talked about […]
This episode of Lurking for Legends was uber special! We had three amazing historical fiction authors, plus me. 😅 We included Dr. Vanessa Riley, acclaimed author of Island Queen; Tracey Enerson Wood, author of the international bestselling book The Engineer’s Wife; historical romance author Anne Gracie; and historical fiction author (Scotland anyone?) and booktuber Margaret […]
Luna Press Publishing is a small press publishing science fiction, fantasy, and dark fantasy in addition to nonfiction works. This week on Writers Showcase Podcast, I chatted with three people from Luna: Francesca T. Barbini, the press’s founder and senior editor; speculative author Lorraine Wilson; and YA fantasy author Elizabeth Priest. We talked about diverse […]
In this month’s Writers Showcase Podcast, I interviewed romance author VK Tritschler, who talked about writing multiple WIPs at the same time, the spice level of her latest upcoming paranormal romance series, what she does when characters make their own decisions, participating in NaNoWriMo, and lots more! VK Tritschler is a full-time busy body, and […]
Remember that time I was a NaNoWriMo YouTube Guide? I can’t believe it’s been almost a year since then! I learned a lot of great lessons from being a YouTube Guide, and I’m sharing them in my latest guest blog post on Writing Belle’s website: http://www.writingbelle.com/2017/09/award-winning-author-christie-stratos.html. There are some lessons you learn only by making mistakes, […]