July 17th, 2017

Your Dead Ancestors Can Help You Write That book

Ella Joy Olsen

Who are my long-lost relatives? And what role did they play in determining who I am today? Where does their identity place me in the patchwork of humanity? These are some of the questions people hope to answer when conducting ancestral research, a trend that is growing worldwide. But genealogy has […]

October 21st, 2011

Guest Blogger: Bestselling Author Karen White – Living with Both of Me

We are very excited to have with us at WITS today, NYT bestselling author, Karen White. If you’ve been on vacation in Atlantis for the past ten years and haven’t read her, you’re missing out – hers are some of the best novels we’ve ever read. Seriously.

Here’s Karen:

I was putting laundry away today […]

September 14th, 2011

Researching The Historical Novel – Part 1

ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to some really icky computer issues, NakedEditor Tiffany Lawson Inman’s post will be delayed until next Friday, Sept 23rd. Since she is AMAZING, we know you’ll want to check back then to see it. ~Jenny 🙂

Researching The Historical Novel Part 1 in a series by Sharla Rae

For the writer who […]

August 5th, 2011

Using Real People and Events in Fiction – Michelle Diener

Our Sensational Summer Friday guest today is a true world traveler – she was born in London, was raised in KwaZula Natal, South Africa, and she now lives in Australia. Laura Drake knows Michelle Diener through her RWA-WF (Women’s Fiction) chapter, where Michelle is the VP of Communications. The title sounds vague, but in an […]

June 13th, 2011

Druids Part 2: Druids and Celtic Culture

By Lyn Horner Click here for Part 1 or Part 3 of the four-part Druid series.

NOTE: Don’t forget to comment by Midnight Friday June 17th so you can be entered in a drawing for a free copy of my book, Darlin’ Druid!

Before delving into Druid beliefs and practices, it’s important to know […]