Karen Rought is The Midnight Novelist. She is also a copyeditor for Hypable, a blogging machine, and one of the nicest people you will ever meet. She tagged me with the fun Eleven Questions Game. First, the rules:
You must post the rules.
Answer the questions on your blog. Create eleven new questions to ask the people you’ve tagged.
Finally I have been able to hack this blog! Hello, I’m Fabius Fabioric. My twin brother, Fabio, doesn’t talk much about me, I know. Sometimes I think he’s ashamed of my repeated attempts to take over the world, or of my genetic experiments, or something. Maybe he knows I’m the better twin (in our case, much better). Anyway, it’s been ages since he visited me, even though I have an open-door policy … Continue reading →
No, this post is not an 80’s movie. As I mentioned in my previous post, last year my former classmates and I had our first high school reunion. And I must confess that I was as nervous as Romy and Michelle before theirs.
I almost didn’t go. We hadn’t talked for twenty years. I was a little afraid that they would judge me. I was afraid that they would have forgotten me. … Continue reading →
Those are some of my favorite Young Adult book covers. Their beauty and creativity sometimes surpass the novel's. Young Adult fiction books, specially the urban fantasy and paranormal romance subgenres, seem to corner the market in cover eye-candy.
Take a look at the covers below.
These are good examples of cover art. Do you have ...
Get ready for a double dose of romance! Today, I’m over at Myndi’s blog talking about my favorite Romantic Comedy movie. I also share a formula for most movies of the genre.
I am a fan of Romantic Comedies, but even I can't deny there's a blueprint for making them.
If you enjoy those movies, here’s ...
As a fan of action movies, fantasy and role-playing games, I pay a lot of attention to adventurers and their weapons. Some prefer the catharsis of bashing a villain with a mace, and others pin for an old-fashioned sword fight. Bows remain my preference.
I've even tried to take archery lessons, but ...
I’ve been waiting for this moment for a long time. The novel was finished a while ago. It won a prize and complimentary critiques from professionals. It was edited and proofread. I even had drafts printed for beta readers with a temporary cover. But the “real” cover—the perfect cover—was hard to find.