by G. Robert Frazier This weekend is going to be killer for writers in Nashville. The 11th Annual Killer Nashville Writers’ Conference actually begins today, and it actually takes place in Franklin, TN, just south of Nashville, but that’s beside the point. Killer Nashville founder Clay Stafford has put together a star-studded lineup of best-selling … More Killer Nashville Writers Conference is going to be, well, killer
Fans typically want to see Scary Steve, the mind behind such classic novels as It, Carrie, and Salem’s Lot. But Scary Steve doesn’t travel. He works three to four hours a day holed up somewhere in the wilds of Maine coming up with ways “to scare the shit out of you.” If you’re Scary Steve, it’s what you do. … More Stephen King entertains, scares Ryman audience
By G. Robert Frazier I recently posted on Facebook about how I was going to change my ways. Specifically, I mentioned that I intend to become a morning person. But it’s more than that. I’m talking a total life reboot, and this blog post today officially marks day one of my reboot plan. I believe … More Change is good. My life reboot begins.
by G. Robert Frazier Every once in a while I like to share some of the stories and advice articles on writing I come across in my wanderings around the interwebs. So, for better or worse, here’s this month’s collection of links for your reading pleasure: Columnist Riki Cleveland offers six habits of prolific writers … More Around the Web: More advice and articles for writers and readers
By G. Robert Frazier From time to time, I like to share and/or comment on interesting stories about writing and reading that I come across on the web. Here’s a few such stories to chew on: UPDATED: Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has vetoed legislation that would have made the Bible the official state book. Had … More Around the Web UPDATE: TN governor vetoes plan to make Bible official state book
by G. Robert Frazier As you know, I occasionally like to list a roundup of interesting articles about reading and writing. I’ve been meaning to add a new list for a while but have been busy writing, so the list just kept getting bigger and bigger. Herewith, then, is my latest collection for your reading … More Around the Web: A roundup of articles on reading and writing
by G. Robert Frazier You know how they always say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover? In the case of A Better Goodbye (Tyrus Books), this is one instance in which you certainly could. The cover of John Schulian’s debut novel depicts a brilliant yellow and orange sunset over the dark and gritty … More Review: A Better Goodbye takes look at gritty underside of L.A.