Today I want to bring your attention to a great website called Inkitt. I was contacted by Lauren, who is head of the author’s community over on Inkitt, and asked if I would write a post to tell you all about the writing competition they are running in February. Of course, I was happy to get involved!
What is Inkitt?
Inkitt is a free platform for writers to cultivate ideas and watch their stories grow. On our site, users collaborate with fellow writers and readers to give each other feedback and improve their work. Our vision is to help writers get the exposure they deserve and the publishing deals they covet without having to jump through the fiery hoops of traditional publishing, or wade in the shark-infested waters of self-publishing.
I love the idea behind websites like Inkitt. They are great places to share fiction with a whole community of like-minded people and can sometimes act as a great platform to get your writing seen by agents or publishers.
So, without further ado, here is all the information you need to know about Inkitt’s “Darkest Place” Horror Contest…
Welcome to another Monday morning, the start of a new week and a brand new interview with author Tim Marquitz!
Tim is the author of the Demon Squad series and a myriad of fantasy and horror stories. He once worked as a gravedigger, loves martial arts and is a familiar face on fantasy forums across the web.
I’m really excited to have had a chance to pick at Tim’s thoughts. Read on to discover what he had to say… Continue reading
Hi everyone! Today, we’ve got another author interview for you.
Orson T. Badger is a scifi/fantasy author whose work includes elements of the space opera, thriller and horror genres. I really hope you’ll enjoy reading the interview he gave and please leave your comments below!
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Hi Orson, thanks very much for joining us.
My pleasure. Thanks for the invitation.
When would you say you first considered writing fiction? Was it a conscious decision or something you had always done? Continue reading
This week I’m very proud to be able to bring you Fantasy In Motion’s first ever author interview! I’m hoping to feature a lot more of these on the blog in the future – any interested writers out there need only go to the About page to learn more. I really hope you all enjoy this post and please do leave your feedback and comments at the end.
Our interview today is with Carl Alves, an author of fantasy and horror fiction. His debut novel is called Two For Eternity and it follows the story of two immortal beings and their battle through history.
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Hi Carl, thank you for joining us.
When did it first occur to you that writing was something you wanted to pursue? Continue reading