The Internet: Also A Place For Anonymous Abuse

On April 22, 2015, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

It’s funny when I think back on the first days of the Internet, for me. You see, that last part is really important because the “Internet” has been around a lot longer than most people think. The large, interconnection of nodes (or computers) began as a government project called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network)—eventually, […]

 

Serendipity: Not Just A Cool-Sounding Word

On April 21, 2015, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

An author friend and fellow Read A Book, Make A Difference (RABMAD) member, Madonna Dries Christensen, is putting together a collection of short stories and poetry on Serendipity—any serendipitous event or moment in the writer’s personal experience (in fact, if you would like to contribute, the specifics are that the submission not be more than […]

 

Can An Indie Afford A Truly Professional Cover?

On April 18, 2015, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

Well, it’s been a long time since I’ve blogged. I spent some necessary time doing writing-related things that have simply consumed my every waking moment, it seems. I was able to release a book, convert two books, Blood Land and Money Land, to audiobook format with a tremendously talented producer, retool an entire series of […]

 

My Box Set Co-Writer Renée Pawlish!

On November 2, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

When Renée asked me to join a boxed-set collaboration, I must admit I felt trepidation at first, but when I saw the lineup of writers, I was more than happy to participate; I was honored. All four writers with whom I would be collaborating are successful, prolific, and talented writers. What writer would not join up […]

 

My Box Set Co-Writer, Emily Kimelman!

On November 1, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

When I was asked to join a boxed-set collaboration, I must admit I felt trepidation at first, but when I saw the lineup of writers, I was more than happy to participate; I was honored. All four writers with whom I would be collaborating are successful, prolific, and talented writers. What writer would not join […]

 

My Box Set Co-Writer Simon Jenner!

On October 31, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

When I was asked to join a boxed-set collaboration, I must admit I felt trepidation at first, but when I saw the lineup of writers, I was more than happy to participate; I was honored. All four writers with whom I would be collaborating are successful, prolific, and talented writers. What writer would not join […]

 

My Boxed Set Co-Writer Betta Ferrendelli!

On October 28, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

When I was asked to join a boxed-set collaboration, I must admit I felt trepidation at first, but when I saw the lineup of writers, I was more than happy to participate; I was honored. All four writers with whom I would be collaborating are successful, prolific, and talented writers. What writer would not join […]

 

Do Writers Hear THEIR Biological Clock Ticking?

On October 25, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

Most of us are familiar with the outdated, cliched saying regarding a female hearing some phantom biological clock ticking (implying, of course, that all women want children, that there is a shelf life on eggs, and, well, you can calculate the rest of the math on your own). Clearly not all women (or men) wish […]

 

A FREE Boxed Set; A Party; Prizes—What More Could You Want?

On October 24, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

Launching “A Crime Collection” Box Set         I’ve been working with four best-selling mystery authors to combine our five first-in-a-series novels into a FREE box set, and today is the official launch day for “A Crime Collection”.   Five murders   Five mysteries   Five first-in-a-series novels   FREE   These spellbinding […]

 

A Challenge For Clint Eastwood

On September 21, 2014, in Uncategorized, by rsguthrie

As I prepare to release the third novel in my Sheriff James Pruett series, Honor Land, I had occasion to reread the first book in the collection, Blood Land, again. I’ve talked about that book being the one that was always inside me, growing up in Wyoming. I know those people so well; their mannerisms, […]

 

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