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John Mollison Nominates

Planetary Awards

John Mollison of Seagull Rising has made his nominations.

cirsova-2“Images of the Goddess” in Cirsova, issue #2
by Schuyler Hernstrom

invisible-cityThe Invisible City
by Brian K. Lowe

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Jeffro Johnson Nominates

Planetary Awards

Jeffro Johnson, who has a personal blog and also blogs for Castalia House, has posted his nominations.

swanknightssonSwan Knight’s Son
by John C. Wright

thunesvision“Athan and the Priestess” from Thune’s Vision
by Schuyler Hernstrom

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Struggling authors, please read.

Author Kyle Perkins

By Kyle Perkins.

So lately I have heard from a few people that they feel like they should just give up on writing because for whatever reason, they are feeling like it just isn’t worth it anymore. Whether they feel like they aren’t getting enough attention, don’t have enough fans, or whatever the case may be, they are wrong, and here’s why.

Writers and authors have a gift, and because we have that gift, we have an obligation, a responsibility to use it. We may “just” arrange words in such a fashion that people enjoy reading them, but a heart surgeon “just” transplants hearts, and astronauts “just” go to space. We need to stop treating writing like it is simply a hobby that “anyone” can do, because that’s not the case. We “just” take people to places they can’t go on their own, and give them a form of escapism…

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Indie Author Spotlight – Emily Martha Sorensen


AlliesOpinions recently reviewed “The Keeper and the Rulership”. We loved it!

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Emily Martha Sorensen is the author of The Keeper and the Rulership, Black Magic Academy, and the Fairy Senses series.  She also writes and draws a webcomic that updates every Friday: To Prevent World Peace.

She has four adorable little monsters (*ahem* children), and her husband is magnificent, wonderful, and even a great writer in the bargain: he wrote the fantasy book Prophecy, and he has a second book forthcoming soon.

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Q: “The Keeper and the Rulership” is definitely unique. What gave you the idea to begin writing it?

(Grin) This is gonna sound odd.  When I was twelve, my mom had a dream she told us about where we all had to move to another house, which magically had hundreds of rooms in it.  She told us about it, and…

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The 7 Things Writers Need to Create Great Content

Mundus Media Ink

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This might seem squishy, but if you’re meant to be a writer, you know what I mean.

There is no substitute for the love of writing. For the passion of getting the words right, the head-scratching and the pacing around the house and the endless drafts that aren’t quite right yet.

If you don’t love language and your topic and the act of putting words together, none of the rest of this really means anything.

I could have just as easily used Compulsion, Obsession, or Bullheadedness for this section. Whichever word you choose, it’s about refusing to settle for weak writing, because the words matter.

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Writing for self-expression can be high art, pursued for the sake of your own experience of truth and beauty.

Professional writers work from an attitude of serving their audience. Serving them with truthful, beautiful words, yes. But also with language that meets their…

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New Release and a FREE Book!

Lori Crane

Culpepper4The fourth book in the Culpepper Saga – Culpepper’s Rebellion – is here!!!! You can pick it up at Amazon by clicking HERE. If you haven’t yet read any of the Culpepper Saga, you can pick up the first book – I, John Culpepper – for FREE through November 4th by clicking HERE. The four books are the continuing story of the life of John Culpepper, the patriarch of the modern-day American Culpeppers, from his birth in 1606 in England to the end of his life in 1680 in Colonial Virginia. Check out the book blurbs below.

Culpepper_1I, John Culpepper

John Culpepper was born into a privileged childhood, surrounded by abundant wealth, vast land holdings, and stately English manors. As he grew, he was expected to follow family tradition—attend law school and serve in Parliament, following which he would retire to a quiet life as a country gentleman.


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