Interview conducted by PTM’s own, Marleigh Green. I sat down with Leah Koch, one of the two owners of The Ripped Bodice bookstore, an independent… Read More »Interview with Leah Koch, co-owner of The Ripped Bodice Bookstore
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Reading is a healthy and entertaining activity to do. It trains your brain and immerses you into an entirely new world. But every now and then, something small and bothersome grabs your attention over the story itself, like a pet peeve. —Patrick Edinger
Reading Pet Peeves. The relentless discomforting itch that prods in the back of a reader’s brain and won’t relent. These could occur for any specific reason; it depends on the reader. Below is a list of my personal pet peeves when reading.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) board president Jeffe Kennedy is a hybrid author of Fantasy and Romance novels, who has won the prestigious RITA® Award from Romance Writers of America (RWA) and was finaled twice. She has received the Wyoming Arts Council Fellowship for Poetry and was awarded a Frank Nelson Doubleday Memorial Award.
Fantasy and Romance author Jeffe Kennedy graciously shared her advice for aspiring novelists in Part 1 of our Q&A. Now, in Part 2, we asked the prolific author’s perspective on self-publishing, the growing—and potentially extremely lucrative—market for writers, particularly in the genre or popular fiction space.
Jeffe Kennedy is an award-winning author of Fantasy and Romance who has won the prestigious RITA® Award from Romance Writers of America (RWA) and was finaled twice. Kennedy’s works include novels, non-fiction, poetry, and short fiction.
Some genre authors write a book a year, others can barely manage to squeeze out a book every half-decade. Then, there are authors like current Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America Board President Jeffe Kennedy who are—to put it mildly—prolific.