Ch1Con 2015 Blog Tour! Part II – Interview with 3 Ch1Con Staff Members

In continuation of our Ch1Con blog tour festivities, I had the honor of interviewing three members of the amazing team that makes this revolutionary convention possible each year. 🙂 Julia Byers is the founder and CEO of Chapter One Events, LLC, which focuses on running the Chapter One Young Writers Conference. Kira Budge is the … Continue reading Ch1Con 2015 Blog Tour! Part II – Interview with 3 Ch1Con Staff Members

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Ch1Con 2015 Blog Tour! Part I – All About Ch1Con

Hello readers! Today, I’m participating in the Ch1Con 2015 Blog Tour, which spans a number of writing-related blogs and includes a ton of original content from the Chapter One Young Writers Conference team. I’m super excited to be a part of it. Founded in 2012, the first Chapter One Young Writers Conference (Ch1Con) took place … Continue reading Ch1Con 2015 Blog Tour! Part I – All About Ch1Con

Short Story Anthology Group!

Check this out! It’s awesome! (Note to self – do a formal post about this later. :D)

Michael Gunter's Tales of Today and of Yesterday

For the last two months, a small group of authors has been working to create a team.  As part of that team, I’m happy to be able (after much preparation) to tell you about our new website!

scriptoriumbackgroundThe five of us put our heads together and created The Scriptorium Anthologies.  As you might expect, the main goal is to create short story anthologies, featuring work from each author.  The idea for the group started when we realized that since novels take time to write, our readers had to wait a long time for their next read.  After we coupled that realization with the fact that we all had short stories in our personal libraries, common sense practically screamed for an anthology.

With a team, the difficulties of creating a book are lessened, the most important of which is time.  With  five of us working to create short stories, we’ll…

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