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terry-spear's picture
Sep.08.2009
Guest Author at Fang-Tastic Books Ready for a little WOLF? Giveaway at Fang-Tastic! "Bite of the Wolf" http://fang-tasticbooks.blogspot....
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terry-spear's picture
Sep.09.2009
I learned a lot when I got up this morning after my horrible, awful, very bad nightmare filled night. First, 9-9-9 is considered lucky by some (...
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Sep.10.2009
First, I wanted to share that a couple of fans have written about wanting to see Meara's story from To Tempt the Wolf, and another also wants to see...
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terry-spear's picture
Sep.15.2009
 I feel like this little guy sometimes when I'm trying out new things...new experiences, and it's both a ponderous thought and exciting too!!!...
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Sep.16.2009
I'm up way too early, trying to get a synopsis written for the current wip (Book 6, Plight of the Wolf, title to change) so I can ship it off to my...
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Sep.17.2009
This review just in thanks to Kimberly Swan of Darque Reviews!!:  To Tempt the Wolf is the third installment in the werewolf series by Terry Spear...
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terry-spear's picture
Sep.18.2009
The publishing world is not static! :) You finish a book, and it's time to start another and while you're starting another, it's time to propose...
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terry-spear's picture
Sep.19.2009
I lose my writing. Okay, so I had a whirlwind tour in Toronto, gave a class, wrote 14 double sided pages of handwritten notes on my current work in...
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terry-spear's picture
Sep.20.2009
By a Google alert, I found that some of my werewolf books are included on a super Finnish site for fantasy and science fiction--Rising Shadow--a...
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terry-spear's picture
Sep.21.2009
To have critique partners or not, that is the question! Some authors have beta readers, writers or non-writers who read over their manuscript to see...
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joaquin-juatai's picture
Jun.04.2009
I am busily working on a tale of Zombie woe called H1Z1 on my other blog (no offense Red Room) and I find that the tale is growing, all by its own...
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May.15.2012
  Education in Quebec is getting worldwide attention these days, and many would say 'negative' attention, although not all. Line Beauchamp,...
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barry-eva's picture
Jun.03.2009
Part three of this five day blog to try and help authors and share some of the many things I’ve learned and wished I’d known before I started out on...
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tami-ruth's picture
Mar.18.2012
After three rounds of working twenty some days in a row, I finally asked the second job/tutoring center I work for to give me a day a week off. So...
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Nov.24.2013
I always write because I have to, no ifs, ands, or buts to it. The words flow all day long in my head, and manifest onto a page. The numbers go up...
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Nov.27.2013
If I’m going through this, someone else has, will, or is. Someone else has or will have a similar experience. My putting it all out there is my truth...
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Aug.03.2009
Inspired by all the other book trailers on youtube, I designed one...
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Mar.30.2010
Six days remain before I go to visit my hometown of Coeburn, Virginia. The purpose of the visit is twofold: see family and friends and promote my...
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Oct.06.2010
          Mrs. Smith was usually alone in management of their little country store, since the rest of the family was involved in construction. She...
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frank-fiore's picture
Aug.25.2009
Every novel has a back story. A story that let’s the author present a particular opinion or belief. The back story also can inform and educate the...
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