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Category Archives: Backlist to the Future
By Marie Andreas This book started out as a graphic novel idea. I even had the first scene storyboarded. Alas, my artistic skills wouldn’t have cut it ;). I still think it would make a great graphic novel—or fast-paced Anime … Continue reading
By Catherine Cerveny When I originally wrote THE RULE OF LUCK, I never expected to write a sequel. Never. Ever. Sure, I daydreamed about what might happen to the characters after the first book ended and even imagined a few … Continue reading
By Veronica Scott Thanks for having me as your guest – always fun to talk about one of the backlist books! One of my favorite programs to binge watch is “Below Deck,” a reality show on BRAVO, which follows the … Continue reading
By Teresa Noelle Roberts When I finished Witches’ Waves, the last book of my Duals and Donovans paranormal series, I needed a mental palate cleanser. Things got pretty dark in that series. I even killed off one hero’s grandmother. (Granted, … Continue reading
By Cailin Briste Shane: Marshal of Tallav is the first romance novel I ever wrote and the first book in the Sons of Tallav series. As such, it took many revisions to get it away from the ideal hero and … Continue reading
By Misa Buckley My writing career began as fan fiction back in 1999 and Amazing Grace has its roots in those early days. In fact, it’s only one step beyond, being written purely for fun. Anyone with a reasonable knowledge … Continue reading
By Jay Shaw Have you ever watched a TV series, fallen in love with the world and its characters, and wanted to escape there? What if the plotlines portrayed on our TV screens and movie theatres are actually based on … Continue reading
Elsa Jade puts the kissing in sci-fi! Alpha Star on Backlist to the Future #SFR #IntergalacticDatingAgency
By Elsa Jade I grew up reading science fiction and fantasy. My mom read to me from The Lord of the Rings before I could read for myself, and she let me buy Frank Herbert’s Dune as a reward for … Continue reading