Meet K.D.K.D. lives and writes in North Carolina, but has spent time in Massachusetts, Maine, Colorado, New Hampshire, Montana, and Washington. (Common theme until NC: Snow. So, so much snow.) Mercifully short careers in food service, interactive television, corporate banking, retail management, and bariatric furniture has led to a much less short career in Higher … Continue reading Guest Post: “What I’ve Learned From Readers” by K.D.
Meet Brad McLelland. Born and raised in Arkansas, Brad McLelland spent several years working as a crime journalist in the South before earning his MFA in creative writing from Oklahoma State University, where he met his writing partner, Louis Sylvester. A part-time drummer and singer, Brad lives in Oklahoma with his wife, stepdaughter, a mini-Aussie … Continue reading Guest Post: “Tackling the Schedule: The Benefits and Challenges of Writing with a Partner” by Brad McLelland
Meet Betsy Dornbusch. Betsy Dornbusch is the author of several fantasy short stories, novellas, and five novels, including the BOOKS OF THE SEVEN EYES trilogy and THE SILVER SCAR. She likes writing, reading, snowboarding, punk rock, and the Denver Broncos. Betsy and her family split their time between Boulder and Grand Lake, Colorado. Social Media … Continue reading Guest Post: The Power of Mirrors by Betsy Dornbusch
Meet Amber Mitchell. Amber Mitchell graduated from the University of South Florida with a BA in Creative Writing and her debut novel was Garden of Thorns. When she isn’t putting words on paper, she is using cardstock to craft 3D artwork, exploring the world with her husband Brian, or playing far too much Dungeons and Dragons. … Continue reading Guest Post: “5 Ways to Unwind After a Deadline” by Author Amber Mitchell
Meet Elizabeth Tammi. Elizabeth Tammi was born in California and grew up in Florida, but is currently double-majoring in Creative Writing and Journalism as an undergraduate at Mercer University in Georgia. When she’s not writing, you can probably find Elizabeth at rehearsal for one of her vocal ensembles, or at work for her university’s newspaper … Continue reading Guest Post: Author Elizabeth Tammi Discusses “Use Your Re-Imagination: YA Retellings”