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Writers In The Storm welcomes back literary attorney, Susan Spann, with her next installment of her author’s business plan series. By Susan Spann Welcome back to our ongoing series on writing an author business plan! We’re almost through – just … Continue reading →
Writing women’s fiction with a pinch of humor After years of pushing the creativity boundary in corporate communications, I decided it was time for a new challenge. Three women’s fiction manuscripts later (plus a handful of picture books), I think … Continue reading →
In April, 2010, when Writers In The Storm was launched, we never contemplated making 50 posts, much less 100. We started this “blogging thing” as part of our yearly critique group goals. We didn’t know we’d have so much fun. We … Continue reading →
Lyn Horner is a Baby Boomer born in San Francisco, raised in Minnesota, who now resides in Texas with her husband and an ever-changing band of cantankerous, beloved cats. Trained in the visual arts, Lyn worked as a fashion illustrator … Continue reading →
D. A. Watt would love to write a nice love story about two people falling hopelessly in love, but her subversive New York cynicism has a bad habit of creating havoc for her protagonists, who could do without the thriller … Continue reading →
Fae Rowen discovered the romance genre after years as a sci fi freak. Writing futuristics and medieval paranormals, she jokes that she can live anywhere but the present. As a mathematician, she knows it’s a lot more fun to define … Continue reading →
Denise Domning is a multi-published historical novelist, writing in the Romance genre. Her first book, Winter’s Heat, won Romantic Times Magazine’s Best First Historical Romance of 1994. The next five were all nominated for awards and her sixth book, Lady in … Continue reading →