Monthly Archives: March 2014

Matthew Arkin on Journal Jabber

Listen in to Journal Jabber (Sunday 2 p.m. CST) today as we chat with author Matthew Arkin about his new book, In the Country of the Blind. Matthew will be reading an excerpt from his book to us as well … Continue reading

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Eye Review: The School for Good and Evil

Amy Eye weighs in on The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani.  Here’s the synopsis from Amazon.com: At the School for Good and Evil, failing your fairy tale is not an option. Welcome to the School for Good and Evil, … Continue reading

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Eat Your Dandelions

I obviously love dandelions. Carol C. sent me a message the other day asking me how a weed became my favorite flower. I will be glad to explain, and have my blog post done for the day :) A long … Continue reading

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It Feels Good to Write Bad

The muse has been wrapped up in newspapers for the last few months but as the horrors of the holidays fade and my brain cells unshrivel I find myself thinking once again about Mae, Heylel and now Joon.  I’m hoping … Continue reading

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Cute bracelets: $1.99 & Free Shipping!

How NOT to be a starving artist rule #1.  Pay little to nothing for everything all you can. With that in mind, I couldn’t resist sharing this adorable bracelets that are on Amazon right now – $1.99 and free shipping! … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Build Your Byline

Do (almost) anything for a byline.  Unlike models, no one is going to see you sitting in a coffee shop and discover you. A writer with no writing can’t get paid.  In the beginning, you need to show your talents off anywhere … Continue reading

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The Writer: Best Villain Ever

My favorite villain is Grant Morrison, The Writer from The Suicide Squad.   His super power was writing, and he wore a laptop strapped to his chest.  Whatever he wrote on this laptop became reality – essentially he wrote his own future. While The Writer was … Continue reading

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Today on Journal Jabber: Jack Whitsel

Listen in for another pleasant Sunday afternoon discussion as we join Jack Whitsel, award winning fantasy author of the Dragon Rising series, as he chats with us all the way from the west coast U.S. “I love the elements of fantasy … Continue reading

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Iron Writers: A Visual Explanation

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Where’s Me?

Regular readers may have noticed a lot of commercial looking and canned press release type of material here the last month here on Dandilyon Fluff. I have a good excuse, I’ve been BUSY! For one, at work I’ve been picking … Continue reading

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