Guest Post: “The Infinity of YA Youth: or, Why I Write YA” by Jenny Elder Moke

Meet Jenny Elder Moke. Jenny Elder Moke writes young adult fiction in an attempt to recapture the shining infinity of youth. She was a finalist in the 2017 Austin Film Festival Podcast Competition, and studied children’s writing with Liz Garton Scanlon. When she is not writing, she’s gathering story ideas from her daily adventures with... Continue Reading →

Author Interview: Brian Koscienski & Chris Pisano

Meet Brian Koscienski & Chris Pisano. Links: http://www.novelguys.com http://www.fortresspublishinginc.com https://www.facebook.com/brian.and.chris/ https://www.facebook.com/Fortress-Publishing-Inc/ https://www.instagram.com/novelguybrian/ https://twitter.com/novelguybrian https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1914791.Brian_Koscienski https://theimbloglio.wordpress.com/ The Interview.   Hi Brian & Chris! Thanks for joining us today. Tell us a little about yourselves. Brian Koscienski & Chris Pisano skulk the realms of south, central Pennsylvania. Brian developed a love of writing from countless hours of... Continue Reading →

Author Interview: Melissa Bashardoust

Meet Melissa Bashardoust.   The Interview. Hi Melissa! Thanks for joining us today. Tell us a little about yourself. From my bio (excuse the third person): Melissa Bashardoust received her degree in English from the University of California, Berkeley, where she rediscovered her love for creative writing, children’s literature, and fairy tales and their retellings.... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: “What I’ve Learned From Readers” by K.D.

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 →

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