Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for October, 2010

Now it Can be Told: The Tranquility Series in E-Format from Baen Books

I’ve been hinting for weeks that I’ve got major, super secret news to share. Now that the contracts are signed and mailed, and the links are up on the website, I can share my big news: The Tranquility Series will be released in E-Format from Baen Books. Yes, that Baen Books.  Yes, that Tranquility series. […]

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Spotlight: Adrian Simmons — Editor at Heroic Fantasy Quarterly. (Part 2)

This is an author spotlight on Adrian Simmons, one of the editors of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly. To read part one of this article, Go Here. He said that putting together short form high fantasy has proven to be a challenge. “It turns out that “high fantasy” is really hard to do in the short form, […]

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Author Spotlight: Adrian Simmons — Editor at Heroic Fantasy Quarterly. (Part 1)

This is an author spotlight on Adrian Simmons, one of the editors of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly. To read part two of this article, Go Here. Today’s Author Spotlight is on Adrian Simmons, one of the editors of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly and author of numerous short stories. Adrian has two short stories forthcoming in anthologies in […]

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Monday Musing – Butt In Seat, Fingers On Keyboard

For the past seven months I have been interviewing authors for a regular Tuesday featurette. (On a side note, check back tomorrow for my interview with Adrienne Simmons, one of the editors of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly.)  In each interview, I ask each author for writing advice. Most authors give some variation of the same advice: […]

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Author Spotlight: William Ledbetter (Part 1 of 2)

My author spotlight for this week is coming somewhat late. I can only blame my own internal clock’s reaction to the changing weather and light levels coming in my windows. It sounds flaky, but It’s seriously throwing off my groove. Since I have deadlines for which I actually get paid, those have had to take […]

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Author Spotlight: William Ledbetter (Part 2 of 2)

William said that he stumbled into working with the magazine Heroic Fantasy Quarterly in a similar way. “I’ve known Adrian Simmons (one of the editors of HFQ) for several years and I suppose due to critiques we had exchanged, the fact that I had helped out on several small e-zines and my work with the […]

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Monday Musing: Age is Just a Number

On Sunday, I had my Seventh Annual 29th Birthday.  I wonder if I should stop making that joke. It’s starting to show a few wrinkles. The cake picture comes from Sweetart Cakes This weekend I had a photography job at my old high school for the all school reunion.  A gathering like that is a […]

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Friday Stats: Word Processing by Phone

Yesterday I tried out the word processing app for my phone. It’s not as cumbersome as I thought it would be, and it allows me to either e-mail my work as either a body of an e-mail or upload it to google docs. I may try writing more from this format. Seems like a simple […]

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