In Case You Missed it, here’s the round-up of all of my latest content, plus updates from old guests!
Read on if you want to know more. If not? See you next week with more writing tips and writerly musings.
Coming up this week:
On Youtube: Come, hang out, and maybe even get some productivity done yourself. Here on youtube at 4pm EDT.
On Twitch: Or join me here on twitch.
Content Around The Web:
- Writing Fight Scenes – Tips from the panelists sharing: 7 things to think of when writing a fight scene, ways to differentiate fighters of diff skill levels, what pulls readers out of a fight and! some favorite Iconic Fight Scenes! (Any that they missed?)
On the Podcast “Writing Tips and Writerly Musings”:
Finishing out season 4 of my podcast!
- Coming of Age vs YA – Coming of age stories have always been a large part of the fantasy genre in particular, but now, it can be hard to know where to draw the line between YA and Adult novels.
On The Blog (In Case You Missed It):
- Writing Fight Scenes – Tips from the panelists sharing: 7 things to think of when writing a fight scene, ways to differentiate fighters of diff skill levels, what pulls readers out of a fight and! some favorite Iconic Fight Scenes! (Any that they missed?)!
- Author Spotlight Guest: Raven Oak – A bestselling speculative fiction author, Raven Oak is a writer first, gamer second, and everything else falls somewhere in the middle. She’s sharing writing tips and writerly musings.
June 26 – Better Beta Reading on twitch for Writer’s Conduit (8 am)
July 8-10th will be my return to Imaginarium Convention in Louisville, KY.
- Fri 2:30 pm Writing YA
- Sun 10 am Squirrel Taming
- Sun 1:30 pm Agents, Loglines, and Query Letters WORKSHOP
July XX [Coming soon]
Sept 1-5th, you can find me at ChiCon 8 (the 80th WorldCon) in Chicago, IL. (probably. They let me know I’m still in the running…)
What I’ve Been Reading:
Finished up the books I listed last week and otherwise, nothing new.
New Works By Previous Guests:
Another new one from Peter Servidio:
The world has gone cold. Now filled with sorry and desperation, man fights to survive. Can one stowaway on what he believes to be the last remaining vessels on earth change the future?
Marcus Wattle just wants to live. As the world is dying from the unending cold, he has a choice: die with the others who were not chosen to board the Arc, or fight his way on board and become a Stowaway. With the others who are now seen as criminals, Marcus must fight each day to survive and, at the same time, try and figure out how to get himself and his people a place among the civilians of the Arc.
Can he force the ship’s creator and its captain to see that all life is precious? Or will he and the other Stowaways die in the ship’s underbelly? It is up to Marcus to negotiate with Patterson and the others who live above. Will trading their services lead to their freedom?
And, from Aaron Hodges:
Patrik Conroy has just been dragged through a portal into a magical, video game-like universe. Apparently, some wizard thinks he’s destined to save the world.
There’s just one problem: the wizard didn’t live long enough to tell him what he needed to save it from. Or that the resident giant spiders were friendly and just looking for a hug. Now the spiders are dead, the local villagers have lost their only source of income, and Patrik needs to pretend he doesn’t know how all this happened.
Tall order for a community college student in his fifth year of a three-year degree, who hasn’t played a video game in over a decade.
Picture(s) of the Week:
Catticus would like to wish you a happy June!