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Connie Corcoran Wilson - Character Development
How does the author choose the names of her characters? How completely does she develop her characters before she begins to write? Which scene from this book was her favorite?
Connie Corcoran Wilson Inspiration
What was the author's inspiration for this book? How long did it take her to complete it?
Red is for Rage a Review
Red is for Rage, written by Connie Corcoran Wilson, is the chilling sequel to The Color of Evil. Pogo the Killer Clown is still out to kill Tad because of his special ability he has, but so is someone else.
Confusing Words from Currant to Deer
Would you eat a currant pie or a current pie? Does a cygnet or a signet swim across a lake? Would you visit a dairy or a diary? Do dear or deer live in the woods?
Marianne Spitzer - Advice for Writers
How much research did she have to do for this book? What does she do if she becomes bored with what she is writing? How does she balance her time between family, friends, and writing? What advice does she have for those who are striving to be published?
Marianne Spitzer on Self-Publishing
How important does the author believe that having a good editor is for the success of her books? When did she first feel the desire to write? What are her thoughts on self-publishing?
Marianne Spitzer Character Development
What inspired the author to write Gypsy Spirits? How many more books will there be in this series? How does she develop her characters?
Gypsy Spirits a Review
What is a teenage wife to do when her husband insists there are spirits chasing after him? When one of his friends is brutally murdered, he is convinced the spirits killed him, and that they are coming after him next.
Owning a Publishing Company
Silver Tongue Press is a small publishing company that is owned by three of us. We dont live anywhere near each other. We call Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Alabama home. That is one of the wonders of running an online business. We do everything over the internet.
Confusing Words from Crevasse to Curette
Would you hide a key in a crevasse or in a crevice? Would you invite a critic or a critique to dine at your restaurant? Would you stand in a cue, a Kew, or a queue to get tickets for a movie?
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