Saturday, February 6, 2016

Classic Plastics Toy & Comic Expo: I'll Be There in Less than a Month


This is where I'll be on March 5th (along with the Dueling Ogres and many other artists, vendors and a few authors...like Timothy Zahn!)


Additional details will follow as the event nears. 
Link to the event's host: Classic Plastics Toy & Comic Expo

Friday, February 5, 2016

Relic Hunted Going for Top 100


Historically, my novels have done better going into weekends than during the week, at least as observed through Amazon rankings.

Last Friday, Relic Hunted made a run to reach the top 100 in its category, coming up two short.

Maybe this weekend it will do a smidgen better!




Thursday, February 4, 2016

Cover Reveal: Disk of Death, a Shannon Wallace Mystery

 
Shannon Wallace is having a bad hair week.

She’s been ditched by her job, dumped by her boyfriend, and implicated in his murder. 

When she finds out her very private video collection is missing from the crime scene, it is all out war to find the disks before the cops do. The problem is, the killer has them. And he’s watched them.

Now Shannon’s at the top of his most wanted list.

Look for it Soon!

 
 
Links:
 
 
Kim's podcast, Writer Groupie Podcast: http://www.writergroupie.net
 
Kim's Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/kimsmithauthor
 
 

Friday, January 29, 2016

Fantasy and Science Fiction: Good for Movies but Not So Much for Books?

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Today, I am over at the website of Fantasy Author Addie J. King, where I discuss an interesting topic of interest to all those who enjoy Fantasy and SF.

Link: Fantasy and Science Fiction: Good for Movies but Not So Much for Books?
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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Research: Even if it Might not be Apparent to the Reader, It’s Still Important


Today I am over at author Alan Baxter's blog, discussing research and how it relates to offering the reader an exceptional story.

Click on over at take look.

Link: Research: Even if it Might not be Apparent to the Reader, It’s Still Important

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

How Do You Write a Reader Friendly Series?


Today, I am over at Roland Yeoman's Blog, Writing in the Crosshairs.

There you'll find an interesting, conversational type article. A collaborative effort.

Link: HOW DO YOU WRITE A READER-FRIENDLY SERIES?

Monday, January 25, 2016

The Vacation Route to Completing a Novel


Today my article on writing is featured over at Jeff Hargett's blog, Strands of Pattern.

Ever wonder how planning and writing a novel relates to a road-trip vacation? Okay, maybe you haven't, but now possibly you are wondering? It's how I got all of my novels and stories finished to date.

Click on over to Jeff's blog and take a look:


Link: The Vacation Route to Completing a Novel