This week on Hide and Create, Jordan Ellinger, Diana Rowland, Joshua Essoe and Moses Siregar talk to John Klima, editor and creator of Hugo award winning short fiction magazine, Electric Velocipede, about short fiction markets. Every so often we will invite a prestigious guest to the show to get a fresh perspective and to pick … Continue reading John Klima and Short Story Fiction Markets Part I
This week on Hide and Create, Joshua Essoe, Jordan Ellinger, Moses Siregar and Diana Rowland discuss the all-important, and absolutely necessary topic of self-editing. Knowing how to edit your work is just as important as knowing how to write your work, especially as an indie writer author. Even if you plan to turn your manuscript … Continue reading Self-editing for Writers
This week on Hide and Create Joshua Essoe, Moses Siregar, Jordan Ellinger and Diana Rowland discuss writing first drafts. Here is a shocking admission: after I complete an outline, I edit as I write. It works for me, helps me get in the zone to start a writing session by editing what I last wrote. … Continue reading Writing First Drafts
As announced in yesterday’s post about David Farland’s son, Ben, the Book Blast is here! Please browse the titles and buy for yourself, buy for your friends, and share to everyone you know. Please note, if you click through the Amazon links embedded below, Dave will get a percentage of ANYTHING else you buy while there! … Continue reading Book Blast For Ben Wolverton Today!
I would like to briefly interrupt our regular schedule today to talk about something that happened last week. David Farland’s son, Ben, age 16, was in a serious long-boarding accident on Wednesday the 4th. Imagine the worst skateboarding accident you can without cars, or guns, and there you have it. His list of injuries … Continue reading Book Blast For Ben Wolverton
Today on Hide and Create Jordan Ellinger, Moses Siregar, Diana Rowland and Joshua Essoe talk about inspiration. Can you write while you’re not inspired? Some say writing is a job and you don’t have to be inspired to do it. You just do it. Because you have to. Some things in this writing life don’t … Continue reading Inspiration to Write