J.W. Northrup has been away from us lately. He has been writing a second book, a huge project for a writer already busy with numerous undertakings. I want to ask you, what makes such a busy writer ask for more and more responsibility? J.W. has already toured all over the Internet. He has sold numerous …
June 2013 archive
What Makes J.W. Run?
“I Don’t Stand For Handicap Jokes,” Tom Ufert Jives
I wanted to interview Tom Ufert by himself as fan mail told me that his first interview with Cliff Roberts was probably the most successful interview I have ever been a part of. The hits were numerous, and many people thought Tom couldn’t beat that. Yesterday, I was lucky enough to take part in a …
Promoting? Horror? Writing? Ask Alex Laybourne!
What is Horror? Let’s forget about the dictionary definition here. I will ask you again. What is Horror? What makes us scared? What scares you the most? What is your personal horror? Let me ask you this– what would you be most terrified of? It’s a dark nightand you are walking home from work. The …
Tarkeenia! Ellen Mae Gives Us More Tarkeenia!
The first extract I ran from “The Unseen Promise” was so popular, I was asked to do it again! So, let me present some brand new Ellen Mae Franklin to you! I hear on the grapevine she might be coming over for an interview, soon, very soon… We can be heroes, if just for one …
Reblogged! Alex Laybourne Interviews Christopher D. Abbott
(An interview direct from interviewer Alex Laybourne.) Christopher D. Abbott has a background in human behavioral studies. He has gained a good understanding about people and their behaviors, and this has led to his interest in psychology. An avid reader of crime fiction, Christopher’s ambition has always been to publish a character driven crime …
“Write In Recollection and Amazement For Yourself.” Terry Irving Channels Jack Kerouac
You recall a story from a happy past, but the story is brighter now than you remember it… The words sound richer, stronger… More exciting… The writer is Terry Irving. The story is his own. Out of the post war period came some of the greatest journalists of all time. That statement has been made …