Emerging Writers Guest Post #35 – Evan Sutter – reflections on life’s difficulties

Posted by on May 19, 2013 in Guest Posts

Evan Sutter always liked to write, ever since he created and wrote a small sports magazine in primary school. He reconnected with writing when on the road travelling and keeping a history of places and experiences, this then transformed into ‘insipid magazine’ an online pop culture publication and later ‘journalistic thieves’. He would love nothing more than to create a platform to foster ideas and debate and share them with the public. Creating and...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #34 – Eric Johnson – A Look into Speculative/What if Fiction

Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Guest Posts

Eric Johnson is a speculative fiction author working on the A Life in After World series. You can follow his blog at www.ALifeinAfterWorld.com, his Facebook at Facebook.comALifeinAfterWorld, and Twitter @ALifeAfterWorld. What if? Look at the world around you. Now look at it and ask yourself, “What if?” You will start to know what it is like to be a speculative fiction writer. “What if I came to downtown after two thousand years, what would it look like?” “What if people had...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #33 – Frank Daly – Writing Titles

Posted by on May 12, 2013 in Guest Posts

Frank Daley has spent many years in the communications business in Canada in radio, TV, journalism, and theater as a writer, host, commentator, actor, director, and producer. He has an MA from Northwestern University in Chicago in Theatre and did post-graduate work in film and psychology at the University of Milan, Italy. He’s taught drama, psychology, communications and writing at universities and colleges in Canada and the U.S. Now he’s starting a new business on personal...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #32 – James N. Roses – Dark thoughts that light up a page

Posted by on May 5, 2013 in Guest Posts

Dark thoughts light up the page. I will let James tell you his shade: I have spent too many years of my life abusing alcohol and recreational drugs, but thankfully, a few years ago I sobered up completely in preparation for the arrival of my son. I love the creation of stories, and although I spend days and weeks and months working on a plot, it’s the emotions of my characters that I really enjoy delving into. My first published novel, ‘Get Clean’, really...

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Emerging Writers Guest Post #31 – P.J. Roscoe – Is writing a type of schizophrenia?

Posted by on May 1, 2013 in Guest Posts

My name is P.J Roscoe.  I have been writing since I could hold a pencil, a cliche I know, but it’s true. I love telling stories that will bring joy to those who read them. Using my imagination: a place with a castle - Echoes, Time team – Freya’s Child, the river – Where Rivers meet, Apples –Clare and the Apple tree fairy, my daughters hatred of brushing her hair – The Magic comb and so on… I am the  author of two novels ‘Echoes’ and Freya’s Child’. Both are...

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