D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Marc Schuster
I want one of these for so many reasons. Now if I can just figure out how to email the link to my wife so she can buy for it me…. ….just kidding, but if they were available I really would … Continue reading
I finished a draft of a novel last December, and put it on the shelf to marinate for a while. One of my writing goals for 2012 is to revise and submit it, so for the last month or two, … Continue reading
While I can’t be certain this isn’t one of Marc Schuster‘s April Fools jokes, electronic versions of his second novel, The Grievers, went on sale April 1st. If you’re not familiar with Marc’s writing, then you’re missing out—buy his book, … Continue reading
As the number of stories I publish increases, I’m beginning to think about ways to further market them. Traditionally, authors either sold them as reprints to other publications (e.g., anthologies) or collected into a single volume and sold them to a … Continue reading
Last week, I posted part one of my interview with author Marc Schuster in which he discussed his forthcoming book, The Grievers. Today Marc discusses his approach to and thoughts on the craft of writing. Marc has also agreed to stop … Continue reading
Marc Schuster may not be a household name (yet), but he should be. I first came across his fiction and website a few months ago, and I have since become a fan of his work. Marc is an observant, funny, and extremely … Continue reading