Like L’Oréal, My Writing is Worth It!


This weekend I’m headed back to New York City for the second time this year. And for the first time in a long while I’m going as an attendee. No booths, no panel appearances. It’ll be a nice change of pace. However, it felt a bit odd deciding to head to the Writer’s Digest Conference.Continue reading “Like L’Oréal, My Writing is Worth It!”

Myths and Legends Con – 2017 Schedule!


9 hours of programming for Myths and Legends Con this year! I’ve been at this con every year and look forward to it. This will mark my fifth year at MALCon and it continues to be one of my favorites! With the smaller attendance, you get a chance to talk to people, take a breath, reallyContinue reading “Myths and Legends Con – 2017 Schedule!”

Denver Comic Con: 2017. Let’s do this!


Thomas A. Fowler, author of nerdy things here! I’ll be at the Spine Press + Post booth all weekend for Denver Comic Con! I’ll be at booth B11 alongside fellow author Melissa Koons. Come see us, we’ve got new books to sell, giveaways and convention exclusive sales! Take a look and we’ll see you there.Continue reading “Denver Comic Con: 2017. Let’s do this!”

Author Interview with Travis Heermann on his new release, Spirit of the Ronin


The conclusion of the Ronin Trilogy has arrived from author Travis Heermann. Hear more from the author on the culmination of his celebrated series.

Blog Hop: How/Why I Write and 3 Writers You Should Check Out!


Author Josh Vogt tagged me in this continuing series of writer’s blog hops. I’m posting this on the last day of my paternity leave, as I know headed back to the ad agency is going to be crazy. Hundreds of e-mails to read, massive projects to get caught back up on, then come home toContinue reading “Blog Hop: How/Why I Write and 3 Writers You Should Check Out!”

10 Must-Read Books for June


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After a winter that lasted far too long, June holds the promise that the blue skies, sunshine, and higher temperatures are here to stay. Not only does it bring nice weather, but the sixth month on the calendar also offers ten books to kick off your summer. Famous directors, debut novels, tales…

30 Writers’ Invaluable Advice to Graduates


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Graduation season is fast approaching, the time of the year when some of our favorite writers (and notable figures in film, media, business, and politics) are tasked with summing up the lessons learned and the wisdom to be accrued from the process of growing up in ten succinct minutes of witty truth. These…

50 Essential Books of Poetry That Everyone Should Read


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It’s National Poetry Month, and you’re probably thinking: “I should really read more poetry. But where oh where do I start?” Well, sound the trumpets, because here is Flavorwire to the rescue! After the jump, you’ll find a list of 50 essential books of poetry that pretty much everyone should read.…