Getting Your Manuscript Ready For Editing Part 4

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“Tag, you’re it,” said the publisher. No. Seriously. In part four of his five-part series, Hydra editor Josiah Davis discusses dialogue tags.   We’re now more than halfway through the five-part series, Getting Your Manuscript Ready for Editing. By this point, you might be asking yourself, “Well, we’ve already covered […]

Writers and Writing

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Hydra author, Arlan Andrews Sr, author of Silicon Blood, was first published in 1969 and has been writing ever since. Wonder why? He has offered to tell you. Writers & Writing © 2017, Arlan Andrews, Sr. Thinking about this week’s upcoming Author’s Fair in Lagrange, where I will be hustling […]

An Interview With T. Lee Harris

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To say Hydra author T. Lee Harris is an accomplished writer is an understatement. From Hydra to the Southern Indiana Writers to Per Bastet Publishing (a fine group of writers and close Hydra friends) she runs the gamut of writing styles and efforts. Here is a quick interview fans both […]

Family Matters (That’s a Verb)

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Former news producer, Dave Creek, has seen the family dynamic play out in real life over and over on the evening news. Now the Hydra author of Some Distant Shore, The Human Equations, and other science fiction novels, shares his thoughts on the roll a character’s family life can both […]

5 Musts Every Paranormal / Urban Fantasy Novel Should Have

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C.M. Michaels, author of the wildly popular Sisters in Blood urban fantasy series, offers up five tips on what writers need to consider when crafting a series people will want to read. I write in the paranormal, fantasy and urban fantasy genres, which comprises the lion’s share of what I […]