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stacy-ann-nyikos's picture
Dec.04.2013
The Dog Stars Peter Heller Adult ("Guy" Book) I don't know about you but picking out holiday presents for the men in my life is like going fishing. I never know if I'm going to land a keeper, or... a guppie. The Dog Stars is THE guy book of the year, and by guy, I mean, actual manly men who do...
james-hoch's picture
May.20.2012
  My wife and I didn’t have children. I know, not the norm. For a variety of reasons, we just didn’t go down the parent and, subsequently, the grandparent road. So when I have a new novel releasing, it’s a bit like bringing a “child” into the world. I have the same kinds of fears that I...
SusanVH's picture
Oct.04.2011
    It isn’t a question of if, but when. Geologists agree that eruption of the supervolcano simmering beneath Yellowstone National Park is inevitable. In his debut novel for young adults, Ashfall, author Mike Mullin paints a riveting portrayal of what such a post-catastrophe world...
stephen-pearl's picture
May.03.2011
With all due apologies to J.R.R. Tolkien In Southern Ontario there lived a writer who went to cons. Not nasty dirty cons filled with the ends of badly-made, storm-trooper costumes and an oozy smell (All right they can have a smell, but I’m taking dramatic license here) nor yet a dry, bare, boring,...
robert-williams's picture
Oct.07.2010
I just wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Robert W. Williams, I am an author, and my second novel is coming out in a few days (Oct./2010). I have written several so far. The second novel I am publishing, this is actually the first novel I ever started writing. It has taken me...
weston-ochse's picture
Aug.12.2009
There's a scene in the Showtime series Californication where the main character, an author of some success played by David Duchovny of X-Files fame, is in the mansion of a rock star, surrounded by sex, drugs, naked girls, booze, loud music and the usual x-rated trappings, while he's talking to a...
pinckney-benedict's picture
Mar.30.2008
One of the most frequent critiques I make of the work of my writing students is that they're not writing stories, they're writing vignettes. There's nothing really wrong with a good vignette, of course - we depend on them here on RedRoom, and in blogs and other forms of daily or occasional...