Liz Meldon is a Canadian author who grew up in the Middle East. She has a degree in Bioarchaeology from Western University, and when she isn’t writing about her own snarky characters, she is ghostwriting romance novellas, loitering on social media, or taking care of her many animals. As a […]
I’ve known the lovely R. Scarlett for a long time now, and she’s fabulous. Kind. Helpful. Immensely supportive. She’s made a name for herself on Wattpad and is gearing up to publish her first book next month. Which I’m so excited for. And will purchase a paperback version like a giddy schoolgirl.
Go show her some love, guys!
I’m going to be a total shit here and give some spoilers to the interview answers for this particular author. She mentions new writers need to find their tribe. Well, the author I’m hosting today has been someone I’ve considered a part of my twitter writing tribe for a while now, and I’m so thrilled to have her on my blog today. If you’re not following the lovely C.L. McCollum yet, you’re missing out.
Hats off to another fanfiction writer looking to make the transition into original works! Been there, done that, got the postcard–and kind of missing my fanfic babies. Please give a warm welcome to Wattpad’s writerdo!
At the moment I’m probably sitting in the car on my five hour drive back from new city to current city, exhausted. So, this post is one of my queued darlings, and I hope you guys enjoy. I’m so thrilled to have one of my fave folks on the blog today for interviews. This gal has been such a supporter of my stuff from Day 1. She’s funny and kind, and writes great books, one of which is talked about in this interview that I’m so amped to read in the very near future.
Please give a warm welcome to S. Usher Evans!
PS: THERE’S A GIVEAWAY.
I’m away for the next two days, but I’d like to leave you with the wonderful D. E. Morris for July Author Interviews! I encourage my fellow writers to pay extra close attention to the third question in.