Viewing: From the Editor’s Desk
March 25, 2013
From the desk of Red Dwyer: Creative people are so very interesting. Watching them metamorphose from a writer of assignments to an author of books. Laurie Childree is a prolific writer turned prolific author. With her new book, Observations Obsessions Oddities, debuting on 01APR13, I asked her a question which leads to interesting answers. She did not disappoint. Listen to what Laurie answered to Why do you write?
March 18, 2013
From the desk of Red Dwyer: It is not often editors get to work with those multi-talented enough to not only write books but also create beautiful cover art for their books and those of others. Liz Campbell is one such multi-talented artist. When I asked her Why do you write? I was prepared for an answer with art in the mix. Do you think I was right? See what Liz has to say.
January 28, 2013
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January 7, 2013
From the desk of Red Dwyer: As publishing editor, I am afforded the opportunity to get to know authors on a much more intimate basis than many fans. As an exercise to acquaint more people with the phenomenal authors I know, I have asked them to speak. Specifically, I wanted to know why they write. No, not in that tone of voice. Genuinely, why do authors write? Gail Thornton, author of The Girl in the Iron Lung and The Regret of a…