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Karen Morrissey
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Preview: McGuire's Luck
Let me tell you a little about one of our upcoming books and how you can sign up for a chance to win a free copy. I just finished proofreading McGuire's Luck by A.M. Jordan. Here's my working short description for this novel: They took something from Dorian...
Preview: McGuire's Luck
Preview: McGuire's Luck
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Preview: Bitter Vintage
Since my last blog entry, two big things have happened. I've started a new blog. We have put a new book under contract. I once again got to pondering my lack of an online presence as an author. I didn't have an author website or a dedicated Facebook page or...
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Preview: Bitter Vintage
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Review: The Author's Guide to Working with Book Bloggers
I have two books in the production pipeline, and I've been working on my strategy for getting pre-publication book reviews. While googling, I lucked out and found a great site,  publishedtodeath.blogspot.com , that has lists of lists of book reviewers, incl...
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Review: The Author's Guide to Working with Book Bloggers
I have two books in the production pipeline, and I've been working on my strategy for getting pre-publication book reviews. While googling, I lucked out and found a great site,  publishedtodeath.blogspot.com , that has lists of lists of book reviewers, incl...
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The Storyteller Who Couldn't Spell
I have the fortune of knowing some wonderful storytellers. One of the best ones--who I'll call "X"--has a quirk you wouldn't expect: not being able to spell worth beans. X can spin a great yarn and uses a respectably-sized vocabulary to good effect, but has...
The Storyteller Who Couldn't Spell
The Storyteller Who Couldn't Spell
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Calling All Colorado Authors
One of the long-term projects of Thursday Night Press is a website to promote Colorado authors, the Colorado Literary Network at cololitnet.com . We recently passed a milestone with this site: over 100 books listed. We owe a recent surge in listings to an a...
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A Book on Story Outlining for Authors Who Hate Outlining
Authors along one axis vary from those who outline their stories before they write them to "discovery" writers (also called "pantsers"), who find their story by writing it. My first novel, Fisher King: Percival's Descent , was mostly an act of discovery. I ...
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Review: The Non-Designers Design Book
I do just about everything but the accounting here at Thursday Night Press, and that includes book cover design, web design and ad design. I thought I did an okay job at those things, but I knew I could do better. My work lacked a certain "professional" loo...
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My blog about things going in with Thursday Night Press, its authors, and publishing in general.
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Arthurian Themes in the Distant Future
SR-72 closely resembles spaceplane Percival in the novel When I first sat down to write Fisher King: Percival's Descent , I didn't intend for it to have Arthurian (as in King Arthur) themes. My inspiration at the start was filker Leslie Fish's song "Ballad ...
Arthurian Themes in the Distant Future
Arthurian Themes in the Distant Future
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