We hope everyone is having a great October! September was a fairly lackadaisical month for writing as we all geared up to go back to school and prepare for fall. That doesn’t mean that our authors haven’t been busy, of course!
Xina Marie Uhl is working on several WIPS (works-in-progress) and is asking for constructive feedback as she goes. Feel free to read and join in the discussion here: Action on the Training Field
She is also requesting some help with making sure that Amazon recognizes the lowest price (low prices, yay!) on her books, so if you’re in the mood to do some simple clicking and help her out, follow this link! A Request
For the poetry minded, she has posted some lovely poetry by Rumi and accompanying photos, followed up by an announcement regarding Read Tuesday, a Black Friday type of event just for book lovers. In 2014, Read Tuesday falls on Tuesday, December 9. More information found here: Read Tuesday and More!
Janet Loftis has some thought-provoking posts, including this one: Crisis Management 101 wherein she describes technical issues with her laptop (we’ve all been there, yeah?) and her urge to throw her electronics repeatedly against the wall. A lost pet revisited her in her dreams, leading her to a moment of reflection A Dream. A Memory.
Deborah Ochery has been doing research into the wide world of erotica, dating, and general debauchery (lol) and we hope to see a post or two from her soon.
Cheryl Dyson has been spending all of her time writing actual books rather than blogs, with an occasional foray into Tumblr where she enjoys reblogging social justice rage, steampunk, random fanart, and cool dragon pictures. Feel free to follow her HERE if randomness is your thing. And have a cool dragon picture.