Lois Gresh Sells to St. Martin’s Press
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Book View Cafe author Lois H. Gresh has just sold another book to St. Martin’s Press for an early 2014 release. She has also sold the French rights for her June 2013 St. Martin’s Press release, The Mortal Instruments Companion. … Continue reading

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Bopping Among Genres

People wonder why I write pop culture books and (now) new adult paranormals in addition to dark/weird fiction. It is a wide array. Re books, I have thrillers, pop science, pop culture, young adult fantasies, horror, dark/weird fiction, and science fiction. Re … Continue reading

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New Year’s & Holidays in a Writer’s World

So New Year’s has come and gone. It seems that yesterday was November 15th, about a week before Thanksgiving. Welcome to my Writer’s World. By Halloween, I’m getting antsy. I know what’s coming. The Holiday Season! Now don’t get me … Continue reading

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Zombies, Ramsey Campbell, & Luther BBC Show

This is a potpourri post, in which I babble about what I’m working on, what I’m reading, and what I’m watching on tv. Yes, this is the exciting life of a pulp-hack working writer! Oo la la! The zombie book … Continue reading

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From Lois’ Trivia Box

Every now and then, I dig through my Trivia Box (yes, I actually have one) and post photos of some of the writing-related items I’ve accumulated over the years.I have a bunch of SFWA membership cards ranging back to 1993, … Continue reading

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Roc-Con 2012 Guest of Honor Report

Roc-Con 2012 was even bigger and better than Roc-Con 2011. In the midst of the Fringe Festival, Rochester’s anime, horror, and science fiction fandom was out in full force Friday-Sunday at the Main Street Armory.Huge applause goes to the remarkable … Continue reading

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Rewriting Treadmills: Traditional Publishing versus E-Publishing

Everybody knows at least one writer who edits the same story for years.  The material is never good enough, the author is afraid to send it to editors, the author desperately wants to become the next JK Rowling or Stephen … Continue reading

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Oahu, Hawaii for Beach Nuts

Swimming is the miracle exercise. Your body is buoyed by the water, putting little stress on your muscles and joints. You can go at your own pace, pausing when you want and speeding up when you feel particularly energetic. You … Continue reading

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