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Biting Off More Than You Can Chew

Posted by Guest at Sep 16, 2009 8:40 pm in ,

We’re welcoming PAN author, Michele Hauf. That subject line applies to a few of our heroes, especially the wolfie ones. But today I’m focusing on us, we, the writers. I’m interested in hearing how everyone decides what their comfort level for taking on new projects is. Are you a writer who likes to focus on […]


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PAN Guest Blog – JL Wilson

Posted by Guest at Sep 10, 2009 1:28 am in

Today we welcome J L Wilson as our FF&P PAN blogger. I have two books out this month. One released on Sept. 3 and one released on Sept. 4. I didn’t plan it that way, my two publishers did. I usually have four books release a year, and this year it’s five, with two of […]

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Battle Stations!

Posted by Guest at Aug 26, 2009 12:30 pm in ,

Please welcome PAN author Annette McCleave as she discusses action scenes. Some people find action scenes hard to write. Other writers pour those scenes straight from their imaginations onto the page with effortless detail. The paranormal and speculative romance genres lend themselves well to action scenes, so developing a talent for them certainly couldn’t hurt. […]


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Dealing with Criticism

Posted by Guest at Jul 22, 2009 3:22 pm in ,

Please welcome our PAN author Kelly Gay. I posted some of this on my blog last year, but wanted to freshin it up and talk more about criticism after a great conversation I had with another author at this year’s RWA national convention. Criticism is something every writer must face no matter where they are […]


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Fantasy and Science Fiction

Posted by Guest at Jul 22, 2009 3:19 pm in , ,

Today we’re going to have two guest blogs since last week was RWA National Convention. Please welcome PAN author Eilis Flynn. Is there a difference between fantasy and science fiction? Of course there is. One has a background with no logic or rationale, while the other has a background that’s all logic and rationale. They […]


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Steampunk Explained

Posted by Guest at Jul 1, 2009 2:00 pm in ,

We are pleased to have Gail Dayton as our guest PAN blogger as she explains to us one of the latest trends. Steampunk is one of the new trends in science fiction/fantasy, and in paranormal romance, but there are still a lot of people out there who aren¹tquite sure what it is. My latest release […]


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Science Fiction is Everywhere

Posted by Guest at Jun 24, 2009 1:51 pm in ,

Join us as we welcome guest blogger PAN author Eilis Flynn to the FF&P blog. Have you ever watched a TV show called Good Eats? It’s on the Food Network,and it’s a quirky show about cooking. It’s got humor and science andlearning how cooking works and even a recipe or two along the way. It’s […]


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Weird Stuff

Posted by Guest at Jun 10, 2009 3:38 pm in , ,

Please help us welcome PAN member Candace Sams (C.S. Chatterly) to the FF&P blog. Hi all,Okay…I just want to know who loves to talk about weird stuff? I love anything having to do with all paranormal subjects. I could sit up all night an kibitz about odd phenomenon. I’ve got rows and rows of books […]

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Let Your Freak Flag Fly

Posted by Guest at Jun 3, 2009 1:31 pm in , ,

We’d like to welcome today’s PAN member, Michele Hauf, as she discusses ruts and freak flags. As many writers in the paranormal genre know, we have a tendency to get pigeonholed into a very specific niche of the genre. Some of us only write dark, some light and humorous, others thrive on action/adventure demons and […]


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Two Names… One Imagination

Posted by Guest at May 27, 2009 12:37 pm in , , , ,

We’re pleased to welcome author D. Renee Bagby to the FF&P blog in our Wednesday PAN series of blogs. There are times when someone says something I know will never happen—supervisors giving us rules and tasks that make sense and are efficient, driving in traffic without morons, flipping on the news and not seeing something […]


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