Category: Author Interviews

Rebecca House Is, Er, In Da House!

Rebecca House, Author

Please join me in welcoming Rebecca House. Rebecca wrote Visiting Friends, a short story published in Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Here’s a tasty taste, the first paragraph. The white two-story house loomed above Bram’s head, the

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In Albion One, Lorna Walsh Gives Her Majesty the Queen A Robot

Lorna Walsh, Author

In Albion One, Lorna Walsh gives Her Majesty the Queen a robot. Here’s the opening paragraph: Few people knew that the Queen was fascinated with gizmos. At the opening of Parliament, beneath the weight of the crown, she had often

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Selling Stories in Pairs? Yep. Ask Gemma Brook.

Running Wild Press

Author Gemma Brook is so frickin’ awesome, she sold not one, but TWO short stories to Running Wild Press for its Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Let’s start with the first few sentences of “The Guest” and

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Freelance Editor Susan Helene Gottfried & Great Advice for Aspiring Authors

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Please welcome Susan Helene Gottfried, author of the short story “Undaunted.” Here’s the first paragraph to get us started: It rained on our

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Tone Milazzo And His Spirit-Trapping Characters

I’m delighted to introduce my readers to Tone Milazzo, author of “The Ginger Jar” in Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. I love this story, which opens with a character checking his trap line — a spirit trap

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When One Big Paragraph Becomes A Short Story – Andrew Adams

Author Andrew Adams

  As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. I’ve been sharing the first paragraph of each short story. I can’t do that today, because—TA DA!!—Andrew Adams’s short story is one

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Suzanne Grieco-Mattaboni, Author of “Dawning”

Running Wild Press

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Please welcome Suzanne Grieco-Mattaboni, author of the short story “Dawning.” Here’s the first paragraph to get us started: The first week I met

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What If a Suit of Armor Could Give You The Heart of A Knight?

Running Wild Press

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Please welcome Amelia Kibbie, author of the short story “Idylls of the King.” Here’s the first paragraph to get us started: James glanced

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Nick Mazzuca Talks about “Buck It And Bolt”

Nick Mazzuca

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2. Please welcome Nick Mazzuca, author of the short story “Buck It And Bolt.” Here’s the first paragraph to get us started: My rig

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Author Laura Selinsky Talks About “Seawall”

Laura Selinsky

As you know, we’ve been visiting with co-authors of Running Wild Press’s Anthology of Stories, Volume 2.Today, I’d like to welcome Laura Selinsky to my blog. I thoroughly enjoyed Laura’s “Seawall” short story last night. If you have aging parents,

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