Three Sentences Most Overused

Sep 24, 2012 by

The Three Sentences Most Overused by Beginner Writers by Rayne Hall   1. S/he turned to look/and looked at him/her. 2. S/he...

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How to Write Book Reviews

Aug 27, 2012 by

How to Write Book Reviews by Rayne Hall Writing book reviews is a great way to share your opinions – and as a bonus, you can...

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Body Language in Dialogue Scen...

Aug 22, 2012 by

Body Language in Dialogue Scenes by Rayne Hall   Body language can add another dimension to your dialogue scene, because it...

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Ep 27- Leonard Goldberg

Aug 8, 2012 by

We talk to author Leonard Goldberg about the combination of medicine and politics in his latest book Patient One, how his medical...

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Ep 26 – Margaret Dillowa...

Aug 8, 2012 by

We talk to author Margaret Dilloway about researching in two different fields for her newest book, writing about subjects with a...

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Ep 28 – Nancy Mullane

Aug 8, 2012 by

We talk to journalist and author Nancy Mullane about how she came to know five prison inmates, the intricacies of researching within...

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Q&A with Daniel Kraus

Aug 8, 2012 by

  Interview with YA author Daniel Kraus Krista Bean:  What gave you the idea for writing about grave robbing in Rotters? Daniel...

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Q&A with Camron Wright

Aug 8, 2012 by

  Interview with author Camron Wright Krista Bean:  Where did the idea for The Rent Collector come from? Camron Wright:  My book...

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Ep 25 – Brian Freeman

Jul 16, 2012 by

We talk to bestselling mystery-thriller author, Brian Freeman about how the genre of psychological suspense differs from those of...

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Ep 24 – Paul Zak

Jul 16, 2012 by

We talk to author and neurology and economics professor, Paul Zak about how the brain chemical oxytocin affects morality, maintaining...

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Ep 20 – George Gibson

Jun 8, 2012 by

We talk to Bloomsbury USA Publishing Director, George Gibson about what he does as Publishing Director, taking the reins at...

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Ep 17 – Rob Spillman

May 22, 2012 by

We talk to Tin House Co-founder and editor, Rob Spillman about what it’s like editing a literary magazine, what he looks for in a...

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Ep 18 – V.M.K. Fewings

May 22, 2012 by

We talk to Stone Masters series author, V.M.K. Fewings about bringing something new to the popular vampire genre, being influenced by...

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Ep 15 – Wes Albers

May 21, 2012 by

We talk to Black & White author, Wes Albers about drawing from his personal experience to write a grittily-realistic novel, how...

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Ep 14 – Jessica Therrien

May 18, 2012 by

We talk to Oppression author, Jessica Therrien about writing a young adult series, getting published without an agent, working with a...

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Ep 13 – Tom Mayer

May 18, 2012 by

We talk to W.W. Norton Senior Editor, Tom Mayer about the nature of being an editor, the process a submitted manuscript goes though...

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Ep 11 – Kelli Stanley

May 17, 2012 by

We talk to Award Winning noir author, Kelli Stanley about her use of period objects for research and inspiration, incorporating...

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Ep 6 – Susan Beth Pfeffe...

May 6, 2012 by

We talk to N.Y. Times Bestselling Author, Susan Beth Pfeffer, about families in crisis, male vs. female perspective and first person...

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Ep 5 – Amber Benson

May 6, 2012 by

We talk to Death’s Daughter author and Buffy the Vampire slayer actress Amber Benson about writing a novel series, her typical...

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Festival of Books

Apr 20, 2012 by

We will be attending the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books this weekend, April 21-22.  Just a few of the scheduled attendees...

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It Has Begun…

Mar 29, 2012 by

We are pleased to announce that we have begun scheduling and recording the first Scripts & Scribes podcasts featuring interviews...

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