I'm a YA writer, MNN.com editor, bitter muggle and aspiring cat lady. I tweet entirely too much (@laurajmoss) and blog weekly at laurajmoss.com.
Typically, after I interview an author, I read through my pages and pages of notes and try to find an overarching theme to guide my post. But I had some difficulty doing that after my chat with New York Times… Read More ›
Most writers will tell you they’ve always wanted to write. They’ve always loved stories. They’ve always had characters in their heads. Jasmine Warga was no different. But while she loved writing, she wasn’t sure she could ever be an author…. Read More ›
Pamela Skjolsvik has done things that would scare most people. She’s met with coroners and embalmers, ridden along with EMTs and interviewed a man the day before his execution. And she’s done all of these things in the name of… Read More ›
The DFW Writers’ Conference has had its share of writer success stories, but this year had an especially unique one. This year, an agent offered representation during a pitch session. Here’s Annie Neugebauer’s story. Three days before the conference, Annie… Read More ›