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2010 OTFS Winners

Posted by Bemis Promotions at Jul 24, 2013 5:54 pm in

Dark/Urban/General Fantasy:  1st: Kathleen Collins – Possession 2nd: Isis Rushdan – Paradox 3rd: Marne Kirstatter – Love? Please! (A Tale of the Holy Water … Hard Science Fiction/SF/Futuristic 1st: Jennifer Hart – Stellar Timing 2nd: Elizabeth Struble – StarWay to Paradise 3rd: Laurie Green – The Outer Planets Honorable Mention – Sandy James – Seeker: Aiodhan Dark/Light/General Paranormal 1st: Jean Newlin – Dancing […]

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Welcome!

Posted by Bemis Promotions at May 30, 2013 3:41 pm in

You’ve reached the Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal (FF&P) Special Interest Chapter of the Romance Writers of America. The mission of FF&P SIC is to promote excellence in romantic, futuristic, fantasy, time travel and paranormal fiction, to help writers become published in the genre, and to provide current information and continuing support to the writers in […]

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Me & Chi—How to become the heroine of your own exciting writing life!

Posted by Guest at May 22, 2012 10:00 am in

By Pat Hauldren Gravity is a selfish bitch. I wish I had the Gravity God’s stamina. Gravity never stops, going 24/7 (much like we wish we could, write 24/7!). Gravity will endure long after you and I, and probably longer than people in general, will ever exist. For us writers, gravity is the antagonist in […]

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Don’t get Over-Exposed

Posted by Guest at May 11, 2012 2:10 pm in

By Lex Valentine I spent last year recovering from and weaning myself from overexposure.  You see, my first couple years in this business I spent feeling driven to turn out more and more work. I had multiple releases in the same month with different publishers. I struggled to figure out how to do any promo […]

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Tips For Worldbuilding

Posted by Guest at May 8, 2012 10:00 am in

By Michelle Miles Hello, all! I want to thank the group for inviting to blog here today. I’m excited to talk about one of my favorite subjects: worldbuilding. Whether you’re creating an exotic city for your action/adventure or you’re making up a new fantasy realm complete with magic, worldbuilding is an important part of the […]

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World Building

Posted by Guest at May 3, 2012 10:00 am in

Please welcome guest blogger Cynthia WoolfFirst I want to thank FF&P for having me on their blog today.  I like to reward my readers, so I will be giving away one copy of my CENTAURI SERIES: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION  to one lucky commenter.  Be sure to comment in order to get the entry. One of […]

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Reviews: The good, the bad, and the ones that make you crawl into a corner and hide!

Posted by Guest at May 1, 2012 10:00 am in

Please welcome guest blogger Stacey Kennedy Today I’ve decided to finally step away from my hiding spot and talk about reviews. I will totally admit that the subject unnerves me. I know we’ve all seen those battles online that happen when a reviewer and an author get into an argument, and then it explodes all […]

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Research + The American Civil War = Romance?

Posted by Guest at Feb 28, 2012 11:00 am in

Please welcome guest blogger Nancy Lee BadgerHow does an author come up with off-the-wall ideas? Research. Today, I will explain why I set one of my signature paranormal dragon romances in Charleston, South Carolina, on the eve of the American Civil War.  Many readers know I love to write about dragons. I usually base these […]

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Rediscover Your Work/Life Rhythm

Posted by Guest at Feb 21, 2012 11:00 am in

Please welcome guest blogger Berinn RaeIf we lived in a perfect world, we’d have a nice work/life balance. Instead, we live in the work-till-we-drop era. We have writing deadlines, demanding bosses, kids with school assignments, and so on. When it comes down to it, we don’t have much control over the balance in our lives. […]

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The Tiny Art of Elevator Pitches

Posted by Guest at Feb 16, 2012 11:00 am in

Please welcome guest blogger Carrie Lofty The blog post could also be called “How I Became the Pitch Witch.” I’m obsessed with pitches and how to teach them to other writers. Something about the challenge of narrowing an idea to its key elements feels like a puzzle.  My brain actually likes the process. Weird, I […]

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