Personal Posts, Writing Tips

NaNoWriMo is Over, Now What?

  There’s just over eight days left in November which means eight more days to go in National Novel Writing Month, or Nanowrimo.  Those of you who follow me on Twitter and Instagram probably know that I forwent Nano in favor of editing my LGBT Romance Work in Tandem and searching for betas. (Want to… Continue reading NaNoWriMo is Over, Now What?

Author Interviews

Author Interview: Traci Wooden-Carlisle

Please welcome romance author, Traci Wooden Carlisle! Intro: What’s your name, what do you write, where can readers find you on social media? And just for fun, if you could be any mythological being, what or who would you be? My name is Traci Wooden-Carlisle. I write Christian contemporary romance and romantic suspense. It’s all… Continue reading Author Interview: Traci Wooden-Carlisle

Author Interviews

Author Interview: Cassie Shiels

For another author interview, please welcome Cassie Shiels! My name is Cassie M. Shiels. I am a multi-genre author. I love to write both clean contemporary romance and Young Adult speculative fiction. I love reading multi-genre’s so it didn’t surprise me that I wanted to write in multiple genre’s too. My newest book is called,… Continue reading Author Interview: Cassie Shiels

Personal Posts

Top Tips When Writing for an Anthology

Happy September everyone and welcome back to Claerie’s Tales! Today is Monday, September 3, Labor Day for those in the United States.  In honor of that, I’m going to talk about some things I learned while working away on a retelling of Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves for a fractured fairytale anthology coming out… Continue reading Top Tips When Writing for an Anthology

Personal Posts

Top Ten Reasons Students Should Read More Whole Books and Fewer Passages and Packets by Cari White — Nerdy Book Club

In the spirit of back-to-school, check out this post from The Nerdy Book Club! This seems like a list that should be written by Captain Obvious, right? Of course students should read whole books from beginning to end! But does that really happen at your school? Or does the workroom copier groan under the load… Continue reading Top Ten Reasons Students Should Read More Whole Books and Fewer Passages and Packets by Cari White — Nerdy Book Club