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Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant
 

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On Planning My First Solo Author Event
 

Planning My First Solo Author Event

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Browsing all articles tagged with M. D. Lachlan.

The Craft – Part Five: Criticism

The Craft – Part Five: Criticism 

This is the last in a series of articles talking with fantasy authors about the craft. You can read the previous posts here: Part One: Breaking In Part Two: The Business Part Three: Careers Part Four: Revision Criticism is always hard. People can put on stoic faces and even welcome criticism but the first time […]

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The Craft – Part Four: Revision

The Craft – Part Four: Revision 

This is the forth in a series of articles talking with fantasy authors about the craft. You can read the previous posts here: Part One: Breaking In Part Two: The Business Part Three: Careers Revision is a part of writing. Writers who can write perfect prose on their first draft are few and far between. […]

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The Craft – Part Three: Careers

The Craft – Part Three: Careers 

This is the third in a series of articles talking with fantasy authors about the craft. You can read part one here and part two here. There’s an old saying in publishing that “it’s one thing to be published, it’s an entirely different ball game to stay published.” Writers must walk a tightrope between delivering […]

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The Craft – Part Two: The Business

The Craft – Part Two: The Business 

This is the second in a series of articles talking with fantasy authors about the craft. You can see last week’s article, Breaking In, here. Being a published writer these days is about more than just writing books. Writers are working harder than ever to promote and publicise their work. Especially within fantasy, there are […]

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The Craft – Part One: Breaking In

The Craft – Part One: Breaking In 

All aspiring writers dream of breaking in, of getting that deal and one day seeing their work in print, but the reality is that getting a deal is taking on a job – with contracts, expectations and deadlines. This, inevitably, means changes to routines as writing goes from being just a hobby to a part-time […]

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Wolfsangel by M.D. Lachlan

Wolfsangel by M.D. Lachlan
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Set in the era of Vikings and Gods walking amongst men, Wolfsangel begins with a Viking King leading his men to a rampage, based on a prophecy given to him by mountain witches, about a baby who will lead and carry on his name. However, instead of one baby he finds twins and takes them […]

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