We’re celebrating our upcoming publication IN THE AIR, a whirlwind of elemental tales that siphon the breath and fan the imagination, and we’re showcasing our authors and their stories. Get to know more about them below.
What do you think makes a good story?
I gravitate toward stories that have interesting characters, good dialogue, well-written prose, and a lack of preachiness.
Get to know more about E.J. LeRoy in her featured interview and more about being a young curmudgeon in her guest post,“The Vanishing Art of Daydreaming.”
What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your stories?
The wind patterns of the world are so easily disrupted.
Get to know more about Bill Davidson in his featured interview and more about the inspiration for his story in his guest post, “Thoughts behind ‘Easy as the Wind.’”
Lorraine Sharma Nelson
Which scene was the most difficult to write and why?
Finding a cure for the spore virus that made sense while at the same time was not too complicated. I knew it had to be believable, but it also had to be medically sound. If I didn’t accept the solution neither would the reader. I had to tread carefully here.
Get to know more about Lorraine Sharma Nelson in her featured interview and more about the sci fi inspirations behind her story in her guest post, “LOOK! UP IN THE SKY…”
Stay tuned as we celebrate our authors each month.