“I write fantasy about dragons, and I am an actual dragon wrangler at my day job. When I’m not writing, I am an RVT at an exotic animal clinic.”
I don’t have an interview today. Not for lack of trying, I just didn’t get any back yet. I will answer questions you leave in the comments. Ask me things about stuff. As long as I wouldn’t mind my mom reading it I will answer.
I met Tiberius, you guessed it, on Twitter. If you are not there, you are missing out. We were discussing proper ways to get your favorite author to fix stories and how we personally wanted to be “persuaded”.
We absolutely bonded over our love of video games. Games like Final Fantasy and World of Warcraft have offered her inspiration. She is a bit shy, but is relatively chatty about fantasy stories and writing advice. Her blog has some awesome information about editing and dialogue.
On her bio page she has an obsevation I needed to read.
She offered me advice on some love/sex scenes I was debating deleting. After thoroughly exploring her blog, I had to introduce all my friends to her. She is funny and witty and left me giggling for hours.
Jewel and I met one night on Twitter; it was beautiful. Two moms, the right hashtag; then magic, and me giggling so much that my husband started reading over my shoulder.
Bryce Gardner and I struck up a fun conversation last week on Twitter. We were discussing the advantages of being positive and helping promote and encourage those in your artistic community.
Danelle and I met in fifth grade. We had Mrs Hewkin back in Kankakee. We practiced curse words together on the playground. We were even friends with Kalisha Buchannon in junior high school. Danelle is a poet, photographer, professor, farmer,and mother. I have watched her adventures and become inspired. Her
Kalisha and I met in eighth grade back at Kankakee Junior High School about twenty-four years ago. We reunited online in 2005.
Bridgett is an author I found on Twitter. We got to talking about some things that were weighing on me. She is sharing her writing in serial form. (The first chapter of her novel is intriguing). “Not everyone will be a fan, but if I put it out there for