Truth in Fiction @A.F. Stewart’s Blog

Next tour stop on the Mae Awareness train is A.F. Stewart’s Blog with a guest post and a giveaway.

End of Mae was the result of an argument a long time ago over what was better – fiction or non fiction.  I’ve often said I don’t see a reason for the two factions of writers to ever be at odds – we are two sides of the same coin.

Good fiction is laced with truth and good non fiction angles the truth to highlight the parts meant to be seen.  That’s what I talk about for tonight’s guest spot over at AF Stewart’s Blog: the truth in my own fiction.

Thank you so much to a fellow writer and dear friend for hosting me tonight at your blog.  Make sure you visit and say hullo and be sure to check out AF Stewart’s work – she has a sense of wordplay that comes as natural, and as dark, as night.

Her books are available through several online retailers such as Amazon, Smashwords,
and Barnes and Noble. Some of her more well known published works are
Chronicles of the Undead, Killers and Demons, Ruined City, Passing Fancies, and Shadows of Poetry.

More about AF Stewart:

Once Upon a Dark & Eerie: A Review

Killers & Demons: A Review

From A.F. Stewart: Confessions of a Surprising Horror Writer

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is an American poet, publisher, and author with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. She co-publishes Space and Time magazine with author husband Ryan Aussie Smith. For more information visit SpaceandTime.net
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