When I finished my first book, I heaved a huge sigh of relief. Quite literally. It was a massive accomplishment for someone who'd been 'writing,' as so many of us do, for much of his life. I say writing, but it wasn't, really. Sure, I was putting ideas and themes
Warning, this clip has NSFW language. In so many cases, writers are asked to give away their time or work because "it's good publicity" or "good exposure." Rarely does anyone consider that writers are professionals, too, and deserve to be paid for their work as much as any other professional.
Leo King is the author of Sins of the Father: The Bourbon Street Ripper, and of "A Fancy Dinner Party" and "Misty Mountain Morning", short stories featured in the collection A Fancy Dinner Party. In this video filmed for our IndieGoGo fundraising campaign, he talks about his favorite part of the
Grey Gecko Press needs your help to continue as the most innovative and author-centric publishing company in the industry. Here's the short version: We've created an IndieGoGo campaign to raise operating capital for the next year. We're providing some great perks to contributors, and we'll use the money we raise to
Grey Gecko author B. H. Werner explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIwutg7JoqU B. H. Werner is the author of two short stories featured in the collection A Fancy Dinner Party, and is currently working on his first full-length novel.
Grey Gecko author Lee Lackey explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iUMRI_bopE Lee is the author of two short stories, The Eerie Coin of the Sea and The Chittering Horror of the Ley House, as well as the upcoming The Curse
Grey Gecko author Wayne Basta explains his favorite part of working with one of the most innovative publishers in the industry. http://youtu.be/NiV63fkTsAA Wayne is the author of Aristeia: Revolutionary Right and Aristeia: A Little Rebellion, the first two volumes in an epic sci-fi tale told in the grandest space opera tradition.
UPDATE 4/11/2012: Due to overwhelming response to our need for editors, we have filled all available regular and overflow positions, and are not seeking any more new applicants at this time. Thank you to everyone who responded! I've often said that the only thing holding back the size of Grey
UPDATE: This story is now a part of the collected book, The Dying of the Light: The Walker Chronicles, and is no longer available separately. Many of the people who’ve read The Dying of the Light: End have asked me this question. I deliberately left Tom’s fate somewhat uncertain in the book, because
From StephenKing.com: On Writing is both a textbook for writers and a memoir of Stephen's life and will, thus, appeal even to those who are not aspiring writers. If you've always wondered what led Steve to become a writer and how he came to be the success he is today, this