Tracy S. Morris

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Making Priorities and I Left My Brains In San Francisco!

A few months ago, I was able to interview author Karina Fabian about her comedy/horror series Neeta Lyfe: Zombie Exterminator.  Karina’s newest book in the series, entitled I Left My Brains In San Francisco is now out. To celebrate, Karina is putting on a blog tour, and I’m only happy to host her.  Karina sent me […]

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Five techniques to help your research

I’m terribly sorry that this blog post is a few days late. Some family health challenges  have had me away from the computer. Today’s blog is by T.W. Fendley. She is the author of Zero Time. As Zero Time nears, only Keihla Benton can save two worlds from the powers of Darkness. But first she […]

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Let’s Hear it for the NPCs

Today’s Blog comes via Gail Z. Martin. Gail is the author of The Chronicles of The Necromancer series and The Fallen Kings Cycle. Her newest book is The Sworn. She also hosts and blogs at For details, visit ___   At Lunacon, I was on a panel called “The Magical Middle Class” […]

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Five Not So Simple Rules About Humor

A thousand apologies for posting this blog late today!  I’m discovering that with a child, everything takes twice as long as it did before.  (On a side note, baby swings are awesome!) Today’s guest post is by Karina Fabian. Karina is the author of Live and Let Fly, a Dragon P.I. Mystery. For a dragon […]

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Writing From an Alien POV

Today’s Guest Blog comes from Michelle Murrain.  Michelle is a poet and the author of two science fiction novels. She lives in Okland, CA.  You can find her on the web at — For the first time, I have significant portions of a new novel in the point of view of non-human aliens. I’ve written […]

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Kicking Things Off With Kickstarter

My guest post today comes from author MeiLin Miranda, author of the serialized series An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom. To raise money for the print version of the second novel, Son In Sorrow, MeiLin launched a kickstarter project. Her project succeed beyond all expectations by raising 350% of her funding goal. I asked MeiLin to tell […]

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The Many Forms of Love

Over the next three months, I’m going to have a series of guest posts every Tuesday instead of my usual author interviews.  My husband and I are moving at the end of February, and I’ll be giving birth to my first child at the end of March.  So basically, I’ve decided to slack off. Today’s special […]

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