Archive for May, 2009


Okay, how many of you out there actually know who I am? Raise your hands, I’ll wait… I said, I’ll wait… oh, okay. A few. How many of you know who J K Rowlings is?… Or Stephenie Meyer…? I’ll wa… okay, I see you… and you seven back there… and the twenty six of you […]

Yet More on Editing and Revision

Last week David Coe posted about the revision process. He is in the early stages, having just received his editorial letter and he finds himself trying to go back to a work he finished six months ago when he is already well submerged in a new project. Ironically, the day I read his post was […]

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Alma Alexander

Alma Alexander is a novelist, short story writer and anthologist whose books include High Fantasy ("Hidden Quen""Changer of Days"), historical fantasy ("Secrets of Jin Shei", "Embers of Heaven"), contemporary fantasy ("Midnight at Spanish gardens") and YA (the Worldweavers series, the Were Chronicles). She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two cats. Visit site.

Diana Pharaoh Francis

Diana Pharaoh Francis has written the fantasy novel trilogy that includes Path of Fate, Path of Honor and Path of Blood. Path of Fate was nominated for the Mary Roberts Rinehart Award. Recently released was The Turning Tide, third in her Crosspointe Chronicles series (look also for The Cipher and The Black Ship). In October 2009, look for Bitter Night, a contemporary fantasy. Diana teaches in the English Department at the University of Montana Western, and is an avid lover of all things chocolate. Visit site.



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