Category Archives: The Author’s Voice
The Author’s Voice will explore the mostly hidden world of the up-coming authors trying to break into print. The point of these interviews is to show other budding writers that they aren’t alone as they go through the trials and tribulations of writing. Also to answer the question I always get asked, “where does it come from?”
I will be interviewing authors I’ve had the pleasure to meet, in person or digitally, or have had the pleasure to work with or even learn with and from. While I won’t be reviewing their books (they are a work in progress remember?) I will ask them where they are, their favourite moments or ideas and what drives them to keep going.
March is a busy month for me normally. Birthdays. Yep, enough said, right? But this month it is particularly busy.
It’s official, Burn Baby Burn Baby is avaliable in digital and hardcopy now. My previous blog was to promote the cover, but I wanted to be part of the actual release and Curiostity Quills was nice enough to include me. … Continue reading →
Burn Baby Burn Baby, by Kevin Craig Genre: contemporary, young-adult Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press Date of Release: December 11, 2014 Cover Artist: Eugene Teplitsky (https://curiosityquills.com/team/) Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23208375-burn-baby-burn-baby Seventeen-year-old Francis Fripp’s confidence is practically non-existent since his abusive father drenched him … Continue reading →
A few years ago (over one, under three) I went to a writer’s conference in Niagara Falls called the Algonkian Writer’s Conference. http://algonkian-niagara.com/index.html. There I met with a number of authors, some familiar and some new, and got the opportunity … Continue reading →
OK, yes I have been suspiciously absent. I would normally lament my lack of inspiration, wax long on the toils of everyday life, but I would be lying. Truth of the matter is, my muse has been more talkative than … Continue reading →
Today I am honoured to have the founders of A Novel Approach, (what I consider the preeminent writing course for novelists, and full-length memoirists, struggling to finish their first drafts), James Dewar and Sue Reynolds. Thanks for taking the time to do … Continue reading →
Good evening… ok, well it’s not evening right now. But then again, it might be by the time you read this. Actually, I think it would be better if you did read this at night… with the lights out. So … Continue reading →