Category: Other Authors

2015: The year in review

It’s been a wild ride. Part The First: Conventions 2015 kicked off with Local Hero Press attending its first ever con, COSine, and thus beginning a foray into a previously untapped world of convention sales. I learned a lot about what sells, what doesn’t, and what kind of cons are the way to go. In […]

CAPED now available for preorder!

From Local Hero Press: After months of reading submissions, making decisions, editing, proofreading, and formatting, we’re pleased to announce that CAPED: An Anthology of Superhero Tales is now available to preorder, with a release date of 11/24 in both ebook and print formats! We’ve found the entire project to be a real pleasure, and we […]

Read Chapter 3 of The Oilman’s Daughter right here!

Although it’s not releasing for two more weeks, we’re proud to present you with a sneak peek at The Oilman’s Daughter. We are also sponsoring a contest. Chapter 1 is on Local Hero Press’s website and Chapter 2 is available on Allison M. Dickson’s website. Leave a comment on all three and we will enter […]

Five Questions and Answers with…Chris Mandeville!

Introducing Chris Mandeville and her new release Seeds, a post-apocalyptic adventure. What with Mad Max: Fury Road tearing up the screens everywhere (and if you haven’t seen it yet, please, you owe it to yourself to go), it seemed like the perfect time to ask Chris a few questions, so here we go! Also, leave […]

Interview: Chris Jane and THE YEAR OF DAN PALACE

Many years ago, I had the opportunity to read an early draft of Chris Jane’s The Year of Dan Palace, and it is releasing on November 22! If you like mainstream fiction for grownups (as opposed to the sheer commercial lowbrow stuff I write), you’ll want to check this one out. Chris agreed to stop […]

The shouting after the rest is over

Having completed the successful launch of my first anthology, The Good Fight, I thought it would be appropriate to take a post to review the process. Things I Did: Publishing other writers is a dangerous occupation, not for the faint of heart. There are contracts. Payments (in some cases). Negotiations. Back-room deals. You have to […]

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