Sci-Fi Women Interviews: The 2016 Collection free eBook is available!

It warms my heart to see the SciFi Women Interviews feature be in its third year and to be able to release the second free eBook collection. The 2016 collection has once again outstanding guests: Robin Rivera and Heather Jackson Jennifer A. Miller Sally Ember, Ed.D. Diana J. Gordon AmandaRead More…

The Problem of Constraining Barriers and Expectations in Spirituality by Rose B. Fischer

I was born 2 1/2 months premature. Almost died. I spent the first 3 months of my life in a NICU and came home with a neuromotor disability that wasn’t properly diagnosed or treated until I was 3. In early childhood, I lived with my grandparents. My earliest memories ofRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Lisa M. Collins

For February, I am happy to welcome Lisa M. Collins! I met her thanks to the online writing community, via Twitter and WordPress. It is a pleasure to have Lisa with us today. Lisa M. Collins wants to live in a galaxy where she can vacation on the Moon orRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Christin Gattuso

The series is starting its third year. I am blown away as I had no idea how long it would run when I started it in early 2015! To begin the 2017 edition, I am happy to have Christin Gattuso with us. You may be familiar with the name ifRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Kate M. Colby

To finish this monthly feature’s second year, I am happy to welcome Kate M. Colby as my December guest. I have followed her on Twitter (and on her blog) for a while and am delighted she accepted to be featured on Sci-Fi Women Interviews! Kate M. Colby is an authorRead More…

#SciFi Women Interview – Tonya R. Moore

Welcome to my guest for November 2016: Tonya R. Moore. I met Tonya either through WordPress or Twitter in the writing and Science Fiction circles in which we both participate. Tonya R. Moore is a Public Safety Professional. By night, she’s a student pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Communication.Read More…

Top 5 Websites for Authors Who Are Not Bloggers – by Cassie

Today’s guest blogger is Cassie. She is a freelance writer who enjoys covering the topics of technology and literature. As a writer herself, she has used many of the listed resources and hopes they help others to take the plunge and get writing! Information overload isn’t just a buzz term.Read More…

Author Interview – Jenny Graham-Jones (Witherfist)

I am glad to welcome back Jenny Graham-Jones whose Inkshares contest entry in hope to see her Fantasy novel Witherfist published, is coming to a close. You can check and pre-order her book on Inkshares site. NG: Can you tell us about your writing process? GRAHAM-JONES: To say that IRead More…

The Digital Quill’s Writing Tips – One Last Word (For Now)

I want to leave you with one last advice, one that matters to keep your passion alive and encourage you to keep the hard work going. Enjoy and experiment! Beyond the difficult times, the roadblocks, you should always remember your calling and that you chose to be a writer (orRead More…

The Digital Quill’s Writing Tips – Love Your Editor

This applies to your beta readers, book designer, publisher, agent or whoever you work with. Yet, I focus on the editor because this is a very important aspect of your writer’s life, especially if you mean to make a career out of your passion. Finding a skilled editor who willRead More…