What it means to be a writer in the internet age

Twitter. Blogs (Blogger, WordPress, LiveJournal, etc). YouTube (or Vimeo). Website promotion. Triberr. Forums (they are legion). Facebook. GoodReads. Library Thing. Amazon. Barnes and Noble. Smashwords. And maybe Pinterest. I’m sure there are far more other things that should go on that list, but we’ll leave it at that for now. How ever long the list, promoting … More What it means to be a writer in the internet age

How not to be THAT writer

I moderate over on SFFWorld.com. It’s a place to read and talk about genre (Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror/Speculative/Whatever-You-Want-To-Call-It) fiction. Many of the moderators, and members, review books, conduct author interviews, and do shout-outs about upcoming books hot in the genre industry. It also has a discussion forum that has run for decades. I think it started sometime … More How not to be THAT writer

Budding authors

I never thought I’d be in the position of becoming a future fan, but here I am – fawning over an author that doesn’t even have a book out yet. Let me explain. One of the things I have found AMAZING about being a part of Critters is discovering awesome writers I have had the … More Budding authors