The Ones: Night Goes Neighbors by ED Martin   Hello all, The Ones is a writing blog game in which participants receive a story title, a little wrinkle to up the challenge factor and then must create a single draft story in no more than one hour from the prompt. They then trade stories and post someone else’s entry on their website. My guest this week is http://blog.edmartinwriter.com/   Night Goes Neighbors by ED Martin She sits on the front porch, ears attuned to the sounds of the night. A dog barks. Cicadas sing. A car door slams. Footsteps approach as starlight tickles her skin.“Allen?”Read More →

Interview with Author DC Stone   K: Today I’m interviewing my dear friend and published author DC Stone (or Des as I’d like to call her). Thanks for taking the time to meet with me. D: *smiles* Thank you for having me. *bounce* K: I had the privilege of reading Armed and Desired in the early stages of the story. It was my first exposure to DC Stone and to erotica. To be honest, I expected it to be poorly written for no other reason than the genre it was in. I know that was very ignorant of me (hangs head in shame). Let meRead More →

Interview with National Bestselling Author Carol Berg     Hi everyone!! Today’s blog post will be a copy of the interview I did with national bestselling author Carol Berg for Coffee Talk Writers.  I had so much fun with the interview, I decided to share it here as well.  Enjoy. K: Today, I have the pleasure of introducing talented writer and award winning author Carol Berg. I was first introduced to Carol through her The Bridge of D’Arnath series. It was an amazing four book series depicting the trials and tribulations of Seri and Karon and the people who loved them. I have to tellRead More →

Interview with Symphony of Light and Winter’s Author Renea Mason Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to my good friend, fellow Coffee Talk Writer, and published author, Renea Mason. Her book Symphony of Light and Winter was published this summer. Since then, she has received a ton of amazing reviews and developed a strong fan base. Some have said that Symphony of Light and Winter is 50 Shades meets Twilight and The Black Dagger Brotherhood. The work is expected to be in print in the next few months. I have to tell you, Symphony was a story I couldn’t put down. Every chapterRead More →

Fear   As I near the completion of my first novel, I’m finding my level of anxiety increasing.  Which didn’t make any sense, shouldn’t I be excited to be this close to the end? It’s because the story is at its climax.  It’s because I’m juggling too many things.  My explanations for the feeling were endless, at first.  But even as I came up with them, I knew they weren’t the reasons.  Just couldn’t put my finger on what was.  Until the other day, when I sat in front of my laptop and realization hit. It was fear. The reality is that once this storyRead More →