Tracy S. Morris

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Author Spotlight: E.F. Watkins

Today’s Spotlight is on E.F. Watkins. She is the author of paranormal suspense, thriller and action/adventure novels including Dance with the Dragon and Black Flowers, both of which have won the EPPIE award for eBook publishing. Her most recent release, One Blood is the sequel to Dance with the Dragon. Disgusted with his long, bloodthirsty […]

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Author Spotlight: Lakisha Spletzer, Indie Author

Today’s Author Spotlight is on Lakisha Spletzer. Lakisha published her first novel, Jewels last year as an independent effort. She quickly followed with Werelove: Dusk Conspiracy and Werelove: Midnight Revelations. Her most recent title, Moonbeams was released this May. Take three clueless college students, mix in a tobacco field. Combine one magical dimension and stir […]

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Author Spotlight – Will be Delayed

Today’s Author Spotlight will be delayed for a while. I’ve been so busy with deadlines, I forgot to connect with the author that I had lined up for today. If she is able to get back with me, I will have the spotlight up this week. If not, I will have a brand new spotlight […]

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Shelby Patrick: DIY Publishing and the Digital Revolution

Not too long ago, self-published authors were mavericks going against the grain. But since authors like Jim C. Hines and Michael A. Stackpole have become vocal supporters of self-publishing through digital media the format has gained some mainstream notice. This spring, when self-published author Amanda Hocking signed a deal with St. Martin’s Press, some authors […]

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Author Spotlight – Elizabeth Barrette

I first met Elizabeth Barrette through her Livejournal. Elizabeth is hosting a poetry fishbowl today (May 3). Elizabeth  is a talented poet and author. Her most recent poetry collections, which came out in December 2010 were Prismatica: Science Fiction Poetry Spanning and Hands: A Collection of Poetry. She also has had numerous short stories including […]

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Author Spotlight: John Lance

Today’s spotlight is on childrens writer John Lance. John’s newest book is Priscilla Holmes and the Case of the Glass Slipper. This is the second book in John’s Priscilla Holmes mystery stories. The First one is called Priscilla Holmes, Ace Detective. He is also the author of the short story collection Bobby’s Troll and the […]

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Author Spotlight: Janet Lane Walters

My spotlight for today is on author Janet Lane Walters. Janet is the author of over 2 dozen novels, including Murder and Mint Tea, Flight, The Secret of the Jewels and The Dragons of Fyre. Janet is a retired Registered Nurse, and has ghostwritten three nonfiction books for doctors. My research shows that you’ve written […]

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Author Spotlight: Lynda Williams

Today’s Author Spotlight is on Lynda Williams. Lynda is the author of the Okal Rel series, a 10 book series set in a future where humankind has splintered into races based on the way in which their members utilize technology. Her newest book in the series is entitled Avim’s Oath. The Queen is dead, and […]

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Monday Musing: A Chat with Lyda Morehouse

I am on vacation in Las Vegas this week, so instead of a Monday Musing, I am running an interview that I recently conducted with author Lyda Morehouse. Lyda is the author of the LINK Angel series, which blends cyberpunk with religious tropes. She also writes The Vampire Princess of St. Paul series, a collection […]

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Author Spotlight: Melanie Miller Fletcher

Today’s Spotlight is on Melanie Miller Fletcher. Melanie is the author of the Yard Dog Press novel Saber Dance (a.k.a Double Dog # 4). Her short story “A Touch of Ginger” is forthcoming in the Harp Haven anthology The Ladies of Trade Town. Melanie is also an accomplished artist who created the cover art for […]

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