This week we’re introducing you to Stacy Claflin. She started her fiction writing career in 2012, and have published a lot since then. She has a big following on social media, and have participated in several podcast interviews and a lot of interviews around the internet. In this interview we ask Stacy about her writing,
Monthly Archives: October 2014
In todays interview, we are happy to introduce you to Jamie Maltman, one of the authors in the upcoming anthology Beyond the Gate. He provided advice throughout the project and has been out on social media beating the anthology drum. Jamie has been an avid reader and storyteller ever since he was a child, and
Perhaps you’ve already heard about this, although the boys from Sterling & Stone haven’t exactly shouted from the rooftops about it; Fiction Unboxed 1.5 is coming to a computer near you this November. The first Fiction Unboxed were live in every way. They came to the table with almost nothing, hashed out ideas, concept, characters
Today we have the pleasure of introducing you to Amy T. Schubert. Most of you probably know Amy already, or have read about her at least. She is one of the canon writers in the Engine World, and she participated in the World Builder Summit 2014, where she also demonstrated her talents with a camera.
The Blunderbuss World finally got its official name: “Engine World”. Yesterday the first information since the release of the 1.0 World Doc was published on the Sterling & Stone website. Johnny talks about the Summit, explains how each of the canon authors will contribute to the world building, and also explains what the world is
This is our first interview with an author in the Blunderbuss World, and we’re very proud to introduce you to Eric Pierce, who is responsible for keeping all the moving parts of Beyond the Gate, the upcoming anthology, together. We’ll ask him about that experience, and also dive into his inspirations, creative influences and of course