Published Stories

Author to Author: Milli Gilbert

It’s time once again for Author to Author. Each month I sit down with an indie author and try find out what makes them tick.

This month, I have the honor and pleasure of introducing you to Milli Gilbert. Along with being a mom, wife and author, Milli is a nerd. She has only recently acknowledged this fact when she realized that all of her favorite movies are firmly in the science fiction genre.

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The Care and Feeding of Creative People

This is one for you to share with your spouse, best friend, family, whoever it is that you (a creative type person) rely on for support.

Everyone needs support. Very few people would argue with that. That doesn’t look the same for everyone, no matter what the magazines in the cash register racks try to tell you. Just like fashion isn’t a once size fits all proposition, or there are so many different kinds of music out there.

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The Power of Story

Once upon a time, and not so very long ago, humans relied on stories to make sense of the world. Fairy tales, folk tales, epic poetry, novels, movies and histories in all their forms tell us what to make of the world. We know this, at some instinctive level, so we tell our kids stories to help them learn. We are, to a greater extent, of the impression that we grow out of that.

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Author to Author – Shannon Leigh Rivera

Welcome to another installment of Author to Author. Today I have the pleasure of chatting with Shannon Leigh Rivera. Shannon writes Young Adult and New Adult stories. Her story Selkie is available in the Seven Deadly Sins: Envy and Lady of the East appears in the Seven Deadly Sins: Glottony. Both are available on Amazon. Her novel, Of Rebels and Ruin, will be out late in 2017.

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Robin Hood Challenge

Because my dear friend Milli Gilbert  decided I needed a challenge just because I wasn’t writing on Sunday night. She said:

Here is the opening to a different telling of Robin Hood.

Marian tugged at the sleeves of her dress. They were too tight. They were always too tight. She could barely move in them, and could hardly be expected to draw a bow or punch a guy.

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Author to Author with Sue Seabury

It’s time once again to introduce you to another fabulous Author. I’ve recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Sue Seabury. While she can’t pull a VW bus with her eyelids or play The Star Spangled Banner on a nose flute, she does have the amazing talent of putting words in order to make fun stories. I give you: Sue Seabury:

We all know the fun part is writing,

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