Saturday, February 28, 2015

Writers On The Move: Unravel the Mystery of Suspense, Part 1

Drop by and see how Linda Wilson breaks down the various mystery categories.  Mrs. E :)



Writers On The Move: Unravel the Mystery of Suspense, Part 1: "We all enjoy, shall we say, putting our toe in cold water." Alfred Hitchcock The genre, Suspense , as popular as it is and ...

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Writers On The Move: Revision, Part 2: Editing Fiction after a Long Bre...

For those who need a little different approach to editing/revising a project, check out Linda's method and see if it might work for you. 



Writers On The Move: Revision, Part 2: Editing Fiction after a Long Bre...: Needlepoint art made for me by a friend that faces my computer. It reminds me  every day to keep on trying, Photo by Linda Wilson Wha...

Friday, January 02, 2015

Writers On The Move: A New Year Gift

A new year's gift for all writers - content writing for the upcoming year.  Thank you all for being part of the Writers On The Move experience with us.  Mrs. E :)



Writers On The Move: A New Year Gift: Today is the first day of the rest of your life and the beginning of a new year - make it all it can be! HAVE A HEALTHY, HAPPY, AND ...

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Writers On The Move: A Gift From Writers on the Move to You

We at Writers On The Move are sharing some writing tips with all of you.  Please visit the WOTM site and download your free gift and share with all those you know who may be a writer or anyone who wants to be a writer.  Merry Christmas to all and enjoy our free gift to you. - E :)



Writers On The Move: A Gift From Writers on the Move to You: Another year is coming to a close and at this time we at Writers on the Move would like to THANK YOU for being a part of our online lives, ...

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Book Club Discussion Questions

I was informed today at the brown bag lunch book club that Finally Home would be the April read for the Reluctant YA Readers book club.  I don't have any discussion questions for my book.  So I'm posing this to anyone who has read the book to please send me some possible discussion questions.  I need between 10 and 15 questions.  Any help is much appreciated.  Either leave your questions in the comment boxes or email me at eeldering@gmail.com with suggestions for discussion questions.  Thanks to all in advance for helping me out with this.  E :)

Friday, December 12, 2014

2014 Author Showcase - Columbia, SC

I have finally finished putting labels and eyes on all the bookworms I've made up in the last few weeks (spent a little over an hour and a half putting eyes on 17 bookworms and labels on those plus the other 80 sitting here waiting to be labeled).  I'm ready for tomorrow.  I have 6 small library book tote bags and 3 larger sized ones available plus 10 books.  Have borrowed my friend's tablet to use my Square card reader (and did get it working last night, just hope it continues to work tomorrow so I can accept credit cards).  I've printed up table signs on my price list and the square signage.  I have books and bookworms and everything boxed and ready to go. 

If you happen to be in the Columbia, SC, or anywhere that is remotely close to Columbia tomorrow between 11 AM and 1 PM, come visit us.  For a list of authors who will be there, please check out the posting.  I'm looking forward to seeing some friends I haven't seen in a while including Ann Einstein, author of the Sean Gray, Jr FBI series; Karen Petit, author of the Ivy League series; Mary Lee, author of children's books and nonfiction.  I'm also going to see folks from the local Sisters in Crime group, although I just saw most of them last month at our meeting.  The authors from the SinC group include Polly Iyer, author of thriller/suspense novels; Cindy Blackburn, author of humorous cozy mysteries; Judy Buch, inspirational author who is working on a cozy mystery with a ventriloquist as the protagonist; Danielle Dahl, memoir author; and Roger Meadows, thriller/suspense/mystery writer (unfortunately he doesn't have a webpage).  Another author who will be there is Paula Gail Benson, short story writer and author of several genres who is a member of Sisters in Crime but actually lives in Columbia so isn't really a member of our local group but she has been the guest speaker for our group as well as attended a meeting or two.  Paula and I go back a ways. 


Those are just a few of the authors who will be attending the event tomorrow.  Hope to see you all there - E :)

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Sharing with Writers and Readers: Reputable Not-To-Be-Missed Contest News

A contest for all you readers who are thinking of polishing that soon to be published story - :)



Sharing with Writers and Readers: Reputable Not-To-Be-Missed Contest News: I am proud to be a sponsor of the brand new, first ever North Street Book Prize and thought you’d want to put it on your list of contest...