This week’s #SPFBO author interview is with Cameron Wayne Smith. Cameron is an Australian author with a taste for excitement in both real life and between the pages.
He has spent his adult life travelling and learning about the world while working in hospitality and tourism. Right now he works as a librarian in Tasmania and writes fantastic stories in his spare time.
The idea to write a story, set in a fantasy world he created as a teenager, came to him in 2013. He wr
Back to school is almost here at my house. Another week and it’s over. Six glorious days left of no alarms. No bedtimes (not really - bedtime is still enforced) and no wake-up calls. Teachers are back in the classroom, putting the final touch on lessons plans, and making sure everything is ready for the big day. Parents are headed to the stores to get school supplies, and kids are squirming and whining that summer is almost over while secretly yearning to return because they’
This week’s #SPFBO Author Interview is with Daniel E. Olsen. Daniel is a Danish writer holding a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature. When not searching for inspiration in musty tomes, he travels around Europe looking for castles to explore and calling it research. His first novel, The Eagle’s Flight, is available for free on his site, which also includes extensive background information on the setting of his stories. Other than writing fiction, he also writes a blog di
You’ve slaved away over it. Bled and cried words on to the blank page. Finally, after months, years, weeks, you’ve typed those glorious words ‘The End.’ Now what? There’s a lot of conflicting advice on what to do once you’ve completed your manuscript. Some of it is common sense. Some depend on the writer and their personality. Some are rubbish. This week, I’ve compiled a list of the things I do after I finish my first draft. 1. Celebrate. Congratulations! You’ve completed one
For this Sneak Peek, I'm offering up a first glance at The Beanstalk Files, Book 3 in The Twisted Files series. It's still in the first draft stages but I'm hoping to release the final book in the series late in 2018. Enjoy! Sunlight glitters on the snow covered buildings that stretch beneath my office window. Life isn’t boring as a private investigator, especially after I decided to get involved with The Dragon Conclave. Brendan Hunter, private investigator, a business I sta