Ask the Authors 2022 Book & Blog Series: Writing Life

I am a contributor to Ask the Authors 2022, a writing reference anthology published by WordCrafter Press. Kaye Lynne Booth has shared a few extracts of discussions on selected topical questions about writing and publishing from the book, including some of my comments.

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Ask the Authors 2022

Welcome to Writing to be Read, where we’re celebrating the release of Ask the Authors 2022, the writing reference anthology that features essays by ten wonderful authors who have agreed to share their writing wisdom with us, along with an extensive Q & A, divided by topics. Contributing authors are myself – Kaye Lynne Booth, Bobby Nash, Roberta Eaton Cheadle, Chris Barili, L. Jagi Lamplighter Wright, Nancy Oswald, Mario Acevedo, Jeff Bowles, Mark Leslie Lefebvre, Paul Kane, and Kevin Killiany.

“Ask the Authors is an up-to-date and broad-based compendium of advice from today’s working writers, to help you with understanding your own writing career. Great information!”

—Kevin J. Anderson, New York Times bestselling author of Spine of the Dragon

Every Saturday, this blog series will introduce you to one contributing author and share a portion of the Q & A session. Today you will…

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21 thoughts on “Ask the Authors 2022 Book & Blog Series: Writing Life

  1. Interesting to get different perspectives. In the end, we have to figure out what works best for us. But I agree with you–the more you write, the more you learn about writing. (K)

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