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Want to Be an Authors Answer Contributor?

At the moment, we’re at ten contributors for Authors Answer. We were at a peak of thirteen at one point, though. But three members have since retired from the group, and with this month’s absences due to various reasons (busy publishing is the biggest reason), I thought it would be good to have some more contributors.

So, if you are an author, published or unpublished, I’d love to hear from you! Please go to the About page and send me a message through the contact form. Let me know anything you’d like about yourself, and I’ll reply with some interview questions. Depending on how many people apply, I may not be able to accept everyone. However, I will send everyone interview questions to determine who I’m looking for. Last time I asked for contributors, I added three people. So, if you’re interested, please send me a message!

Authors Answer New Bio Pages

The bios for the new Authors Answer contributors are up! You can check out the updated Contributors page, as well as see the new Past Contributors page.

If you feel a bit lazy, you can also check out their bios directly from here.

June’s first Authors Answer will be coming tomorrow, and it’s a perfect question for their first question. Just wait until you see it.


Please Welcome the New Authors Answer Contributor

I’m very pleased to announce our newest member of Authors Answer.  Or should I say new members?

That’s right. They made it so difficult for me to choose, I just offered all three to join Authors Answer! They all bring something new and different to the group. So now we have twelve members, plus me.  So, who are they?

First is Allen Tiffany. He recently published his first novel, Youth in Asia, and has a lot of experience writing articles for magazines and a newspaper. He’s also working in the marketing field, which will bring an interesting view on any questions regarding marketing.

Second up is Eric Wood, who you may already know as frequent commenter stomperdad.  Although unpublished under his own name, he has been a ghost writer, and has written many short stories. He loves kids, is a teacher, and enjoys writing for children. So we finally have someone who is a children’s writer.

Finally, we have Gregory S. Close, who is a fantasy and science fiction author who has lived in many places. Just where the heck is Kwajalein Atoll? The editor of his book, In Siege of Daylight, just happens to be frequent commenter here, Thomas Weaver.

I’m very happy to welcome all three to the team, and you’ll begin to see their bios up later this week. You’ll also get to see their first answers this Friday.

Everyone say “Hi” to them!

Authors Answer Contributor Pages

The new feature, now officially called Authors Answer, has its own page.  Not only that, there’s a contributors page, too.

You won’t find all of the profiles up yet, as I’m waiting for three of them.  But please go and check them out.  They’ll be answering a question every week about writing and books, and the answers will be posted every Friday.

Now, I still need the bios for the following people:

  • Jean Davis
  • Elizabeth Rhodes
  • Linda G. Hill

Please let me know through the form on the About page.  Then I can get you the questions for November.

Also, there’s still room for one more contributor.  If you’re interested, please leave a comment.  First person to offer will become a contributor.

I’m looking forward to all of the answers!