We're Write, You're Wrong - Asylum of WPF Bloggers
A place where the bloggers of the Writing Popular Fiction Program at Seton Hill University can frolic in their insanity!
Monday, September 24, 2007
HEIDI'S PICK SIX - WEEK 32
Here's the line up for week 32 on HEIDI'S PICK SIX:
Monday - Seton Hill Mentor Karen Lynn Williams / Young Adult
Wednesday - Kristopher Reisz / Urban Fantasy
Friday - Ken Rand / Speculative Fiction and Non-fiction
HEIDI'S PICK SIX, Heidi Ruby Miller, Karen Lynn Williams, Kristopher Reisz, Ken Rand, writing, author interviews, Seton Hill University
Friday, September 21, 2007
HEIDI'S PICK SIX - Ana Quinn
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Seton Hill Writers Win Scholarships
Congratulations to Seton Hill Writing Popular Fiction graduate students Kathryn Martin and Emilie Bishop on their recent writing awards.
Fantasy writer Kathryn Martin was the recipient of the first KJ Howe Scholarship. The scholarship, given by Seton Hill Alum and romantic suspense writer K. J. Howe, goes to the student with the most dynamic action scene. Along with a monetary prize, the winner also receives a three-chapter critique from two award-winning authors.
Young Adult writer Emilie Bishop won the annual McLaughlin Scholarship for a monetary prize. The scholarship goes to the student whose thesis novel has the best opening hook.
Heidi Ruby Miller, Kathryn Martin, K. J. Howe Scholarship, Emilie Bishop, McLaughlin Scholarship, writing, Seton Hill University
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
HEIDI'S PICK SIX - Mary SanGiovanni
The Surrender at Every Day Fiction
My flash story "The Surrender" is up today at Every Day Fiction. There's a spot for comments, if you're so inclined. I'll be checking back occasionally to respond to any.
Heidi Ruby Miller, The Surrender, Every Day Fiction, science fiction, flash fiction, writing, Seton Hill University
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
On the Web Update
#1: Independent Book Report just started up, but is already producing some great content. MONDAYS showcase the publisher of the week; TUESDAYS TEASERS have excerpts from the author being interviewed that week; WEDNESDAYS are author interview days.
#2: Shara Saunsaucie is conducting research for a story and is asking for information on the standard of living and job market where people live and on any experiences moving from one place to another.
#3: Monica Spence has a new MySpace and is looking for friends.
#4: K. Ceres Wright's poem "Doomed" was an editor's choice this month at Star*Line. Ceres also has added some new interviews to her blog series about professions, including Fandom Representative, Network/Computer Specialist, Automotive Repair and Service Expert, and Russ Howe as the European Medieval Martial Arts Scholar.
#5: Penny Dawn's latest ebook is out. You can get Frenchin' at Amber Quill Press.
#6: Michael Arnzen is guestblogging this week at A Bunch of Wordz.
web content, Heidi Ruby Miller, Monica Spence, Michael Arnzen, Penny Dawn, K. Ceres Wright, Shara Saunsaucie, writing, Independent Book Report, Seton Hill University
Sunday, September 09, 2007
HEIDI'S PICK SIX - WEEK 30
Here is the line up for this week on HEIDI'S PICK SIX:
Monday - Alma Alexander / Fantasy, Memoir, and Poetry
Wednesday - Mary SanGiovanni / Horror and Science Fiction
Friday - Rae Dawn Carson / Fantasy
HEIDI'S PICK SIX, Heidi Ruby Miller, Alma Alexander, Mary SanGiovanni, Rae Dawn Carson, writing, author interviews, Seton Hill University
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
HEIDI'S PICK SIX - Barry Lyga
Tuesday, September 04, 2007
HEIDI'S PICK SIX - WEEK 29
This week on HEIDI'S PICK SIX:
Wednesday - Barry Lyga / Young Adult and Comics
Friday - Barbara O'Connor / Children's
HEIDI'S PICK SIX, Heidi Ruby Miller, Barry Lyga, Barbara O'Connor, writing, author interviews, Seton Hill University