Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Menopause and the Single Werewolf: Ten Questions with Catherine Lundoff Author of Silver Moon

Today I had the chance to interview Catherine Lundoff, the author of the new Werewolf novel Silver Moon. Becca Thornton just found out she’s going to celebrate turning 50 by turning into a werewolf. And she’s not the only one. Wolf’s Point has its own Pack, all women of a “certain age,” and they want […]

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A Plague on her House: Butterflye Plague-Pestilence

If you haven’t heard it yet, this month the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow is about the newest book in the Four Redheads of the Apocalypse series, Four Redheads of the Apocalypse: Redheads in Love.  You can hear that here. Today I’ve got the last of a four-part “Virtual Press Conference” with the remaining member of the four woman […]

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From B-Movie Starlet to Warrior Princess: Bunny of the Four Redheads of the Apocalypse

Linda L. Donahue is a Renaissance Woman: She teaches Tai Chi, Belly Dancing, and has been a model for the website Babes with Blades. As a teen she lived on a military base and flew planes. Later she taught high school math, computer science and aviation.  As a member of the four-woman writing team behind the Four […]

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The Four Redheads of the Apocalypse: Sara Lee (Famine) Explains it All

  February is coming up. The month of Lurrrve.  In honor of the holiday, I’m previewing the new book with a romantic (sorta) theme that will be released next year from several talented writers (and also very good friends) Julia Mandala, Linda Donahue, Rhonda Eudaly-Simpson and Dusty Rainbolt entitled The Four Redheads of the Apocolypse: Redheads […]

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Prehistoric Fiction with Sandra Saidak

When you think of speculative fiction, you might think of ray guns and space ships, or swords and pirate ships. But when Sandra Saidak writes speculative fiction, she reaches further into the past. Her first novel,“Daughter of the Goddess Lands”, which was published in 2011, is an epic set in the late Neolithic Age. I […]

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Guest Post: The Post-Holiday Slump by Valerie Estelle Frankel

The Post-Holiday Slump The ornaments and back in their box, the wax has been chipped off the menorah. You had your night of waltzing around the New Year’s floor and your day of recovery. The holidays are over. Now what? If you’re like most writers, you have the half-finished novel, perhaps written in November, that […]

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Holiday Traditions & the Writer – Guest Blog from Vonnie Winslow Crist

While writers sing holiday tunes, sip eggnog, and enjoy getting together with family and friends like everyone else – they’re also itching to write. But grabbing enough time to sit down at a desk and write is almost impossible during late December and early January. One solution is to jot down notes about holiday traditions […]

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Karina Fabian: Christmas Spirits

Through the month of December I am opening up my Tuesday Author Spotlight to guest bloggers. Some of the guests will be posting helpful holiday tips on how to keep writing, manage stress and juggle family obligations through the Holidays. Today’s post is by Karina Fabian.  Karina is the author of the books Mind over […]

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Gail Carriger: Fully Automatic Assault Parasols, Fabulous Vampires and Tea

Fans of Steampunk are probably already familiar with Gail Carriger, the author of the Parasol Protectorate books. If you aren’t then you are missing parasol assault weapons, improbable hats, fabulous vampires and tea. Gail was the Guest of Honor this weekend at Fencon/Deepsouthcon where she rubbed elbows with fans and moderated panels that ranged from […]

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Question and Answer with Ethan Nahté

Recently I attended a brand new convention in my own backyard (well, not really in my own backyard. That would have been crowded, but in Bentonville Arkansas, which is less than 2 hours away) called GlitchCon.  One of my fellow authors in attendance was Ethan Nahté.  Not only do Ethan and I share space in […]

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