That overwhelmed feeling…

I don’t know about you, but this happens to me quite often. As a writer myself and as the owner of a small press, I often have a lot on my plate (especially in and around submission season!). I’m kind of in that place right now, so I thought I could offer some advice based... Continue Reading →

Novels vs. Novellas vs. Short Stories – And what in the world is a Novellette?

I’m a novelist. I’ve a long history of writing longer books, and some multiple book series, even. Though recently, I’ve had the chance to experiment with shorter forms and I’ve discovered that writing a novel is a very different experience from writing a short story, for example.  I know how strange it sounds. Writing is... Continue Reading →

Coping in the Era of Covid

As the pandemic and the imperative to ‘socially distance’ continues, some of you, like me, might be feeling tired and emotionally drained. This period is taking a toll on most of us, and us creative-types in particular. That’s why we need to have coping mechanisms to deal with the emotional toll of not only the... Continue Reading →

Anthology Contest: Extended Deadline

For some of us, being encouraged to stay home has resulted in a productive time creatively, but for others, the opposite is true. In recognition of the difficult and unprecedented times facing the world, we have decided to extend the deadline for entries into our Far, Far Away Anthology contest. You now have officially until... Continue Reading →

A Personal Update

Last week we posted a mid-year update on all of Mirror World’s ongoing projects, letting you know what’s still going on and what books are coming soon which you can find here.  For this post I thought I would give you a personal update on my projects, including those I’m working on with my sister... Continue Reading →

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