Ramona DeFelice Long, teacher, writer, editor extraordinaire, and dear friend to many authors has passed away.
Question: When you’re reading a story that drags you deep into the plot, do you wonder how the author could have imagined all those twists and turns? I do because I know personally that writing a coherent story is a difficult and exacting task, and I get a ton of inspiration by reading. In fact, a writer has to be a reader, especially in the genre they write.
1) they don’t require a singular lengthy commitment;
2) they provide a lot of variety; and
3) they often introduce me to a new favorite author.
HALLOWEEN PIECES, there are eighteen pieces from seventeen authors, ranging from ghost and paranormal stories to poems and even a play.
I’m in the process of going through edit cycles for my short story, “The Substitute,” in Bienvenue Press’s annual charity anthology, HOMEROOM HEROES. Here’s a teaser:
When FBI agent Aron
Olsen is assigned to work undercover as a substitute adapted physical education
teacher, he knew he’d need a lot of help.
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