Angles by Erin Lockwood When every relationship has an angle, how can you tell which side is up? Like the dazzling lights of a lighthouse, Sam’s turquoise-blue eyes equally enticed and warned. He was someone she should stay away from… … Continue reading
Currents of Sin by Arleen Alleman Homeless teens are disappearing off the streets in Las Vegas. Investigative reporter, Darcy Farthing, travels to Sin City to find a missing girl, Pammie Fleetfoot. Working with her friend and former LA cop, Tom Smythe, … Continue reading
Where do they find the time to write if they have a full-time job, a family and all the other stuff that goes with real life?
Do they lock themselves away in an office, roaring log fire, classical music in the background with the other half nervously knocking (don’t want to disturb the master/mistress at work)on the door with a steaming cuppa?
Or do they write at the kitchen table in between wiping snotty noses (the kids, not their own. Could be their own, I guess), with a family that thinks their ‘hobby’ would be best suited to knitting/golf/horse racing/whatever?
If you’re a fledgling writer — hey, ANY writer — check back here because this month writers will be revealing their writing process.