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Old 04-24-2013, 02:42 PM   #1936
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We asked, you responded. Now Kindle has crowned the sci-fi and fantasy king and queen of the geeks, according to your votes.

The runners-up for king are George R. R. Martin with 20% of the votes, Stephen King (14%), Neil Gaiman (12%), and J.J. Abrams (7%); for queen it's Kim Harrison (15%), Charlaine Harris (10%), Stephenie Meyer (9%) and Suzanne Collins (8%).

And the winners? The honor goes to screenwriter and producer Joss Whedon, who netted 47% of the votes, and J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series and The Casual Vacancy. Rowling had 58% of readers' votes.

For more geeky reads, check out this collection of books no nerd should go without.

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Old 04-24-2013, 02:52 PM   #1937
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On Saturday, April 6th, at the Ad Astra convention in Toronto, Mr. Green got the chance to sit down with author Jim Butcher and have a chat. What did they chat about? T.V., Comics, Movies, and Jim's work of course. In this first installment, Green and Jim discuss the upcoming Cinder Spires novels as well dip their toes in the world of the Dresden files. Enjoy.
I'll add the next part [part 3] of this interview to this post next Friday. [DONE]

...and I'll add the next part [part 4] to this post next Thursday. [DONE]


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Many of us have heard or read the amusingly-told story that Jim Butcher often publically relates about how Storm Front and The Dresden Files series came about. Jim refers to his 'writing teacher' in that story. Below is a little bit about that 'writing teacher', Deborah Chester.

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The internationally published, award-winning author of over 30 novels, Deborah Chester has written Regency romances, historical romances, young adult, science fiction, and fantasy. She is a tenured professor of professional writing in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma, where she teaches novel and short story writing.

She holds a B.A. with General Honors and an M.A. in Journalism; both degrees are from the University of Oklahoma, where she studied professional writing from author/teachers Jack M. Bickham, Robert L. Duncan, and Pulitzer-nominee Carolyn Hart. Chester has been writing professionally since 1978, and used two pseudonyms – Jay D. Blakeney and Sean Dalton – for some of her early science fiction.

In 2004, she was inducted into the Writers Hall of Fame of America.
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Butcher’s Advice for the Aspiring Writer

It goes without saying that I’m proud of Jim Butcher and his success. It’s wonderful to see a writer taking hold of innate talent, harnessing it with solid writing craft, and not only breaking into the business but climbing to the top of it. Jim hasn’t achieved his success through blind luck or by his agent calling in favors from some editor. Instead, he’s done it the right way–through grit, determination, and sheer hard work.

You may still mutter about luck … he entered the urban fantasy market at just the right time, yada yada yada.

Well, folks, I believe that writers make their own luck. If you hone your craft and prepare yourself to be the best writer you can, you’ll be ready to seize opportunity when it offers itself.

And it will.

Better still, if you’re ready, you’ll recognize opportunity when it rolls by.

There’s nothing sadder to me than to see a young, talented writer fumble a golden chance through sloppy skills, lack of readiness, or inattention.

Take a look at Jim’s advice. (jimbutcher.livejournal.com/4217.html) Read it more than once. Let it soak into your heart. Take inspiration from it. And, most importantly, follow it.
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The Most Important Thing an Aspiring Author Needs to Know
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I've been giving a lot of advice on technique in this journal, an introduction to the craft and science aspects of writing a solid story. Now I'm going to briefly venture off into new territory. I thought I'd start by telling you the most important thing you need to know if you want to be a professional author: TANFL.

There Ain't No Free Lunch.

Nothing worth doing is easy. Nothing worth having comes free. That's as true in life as it is in your prospective writing career, but I think it's important enough that it needs to be said.

Writing is a LOT of work. Breaking into the industry is a torment worthy of the fifth or sixth circle of Hell. Face that. Expect it. Deal with it. It's going to be difficult.

It's difficult from the get go: you've got to work your tail off and give yourself carpal tunnel just to make it to the front of the rope-line outside Club Author. There's no guarantee that you'll ever get in. There probably aren't going to be very many people who are actively supporting your efforts. You'll probably have more than one person say or do something that crushes your heart like an empty Coke can. You'll probably, at some point, want to quit rather than keep facing that uncertainty

In fact, the vast majority of aspiring authors (somewhere over 99 percent) self-terminate their dream. They quit. Think about this for a minute, because it's important:

THEY KILL THEIR OWN DREAM.

And a lot of you who read this are going to do it too. Doesn't mean you're a bad person. It's just human nature. It takes a lot of motivation to make yourself keep going when it feels like no one wants to read your stuff, no one will ever want to read your stuff, and you've wasted your time creating all this stuff. That feeling of hopelessness is part of the process. Practically everyone gets it at one time or another. Most can't handle it.

But here's the secret:

YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE IN THE WORLD WHO CAN KILL YOUR DREAM. *NO ONE* can make you quit. *NO ONE* can take your dream away.

No one but you.

If you want it, you have to get it. You. An author can't help you. An editor can't help you. An agent can't help you. If you want to climb that hill, the only way to do it is to make yourself do it, one foot in front of another, one word after another. It will probably be the greatest challenge most of you have ever faced.

And here's the kicker: THAT IS A VERY GOOD THING.

If you stay the course and break in, you are going to acquire a ton of absolutely necessary skills. You have to learn to motivate yourself to write even when you don't feel like it: Discipline. You're going to have to learn the ropes of the business, and how to work with an editor: Professionalism. You're going to face what might be years of adversity, facing a monumentally difficult task and you're going to overcome it: Confidence. You're going to do it with very little active support, and when you look back at this time in the future, you're going to know that it was something YOU did all by yourself: Strength.

TANFL, guys.

Breaking into the business is a daunting challenge. But you aren't going to BEAT that challenge. You're going to transcend it. The very nature of the adversity is going to give you the strength and skill you need to overcome and succeed.

You want in? Here's what you do:

1) Make up your mind that you are going to protect your own dream. If you've got its back, your dream is invincible.

2) Cultivate patience. Prepare for the long haul. Building your skills to a professional level can take years. So can building your professional character.

3) Put your Butt In the Chair and start writing. Period. No excuses. There is no substitute for BIC time. It's part of the price you pay.

4) When you get done with a word, write another word.

5) Repeat steps 4 and 5 until your dream comes true.

Secret number 2-- THE PAIN IS WORTH IT. If it had taken me TWENTY years instead of nine, IT STILL WOULD BE WORTH IT.

Cause here's what you get: ding.

When it's all done and you're holding your first novel in your hand, you're going to look back at your breaking-in period and wonder what all the drama was about. All the things that wrenched you inside out during the torment will suddenly seem small and unimportant. Know why? Because much like Scott Pilgrim, you have leveled up. Ding.

You're going to look back at that time with pride, having overcome seemingly impossible odds against succeeding. You're going to look at upcoming challenges as if they were a bottle of champagne to be savored and then gleefully smashed.

The true reward of breaking into the industry against all the odds isn't money. It isn't fame. It it isn't respect.

It's you.

It's confidence. It's satisfaction. It's well-deserved pride. Suddenly, the other challenges in your life are going to dwindle as well, because you know you'll be able to handle them.

TANFL.

Ding, baby. Ding.

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1) Make up your mind that you are going to protect your own dream. If you've got its back, your dream is invincible.
But then there's the sorts of 'authors' that are suffering from the Kruger-Dunning effect. They're absolutely awful at writing (or some other task like being a shift manager) but think they're super and the worse they are the better they think they are - and ain't nobody can tell them different.

If the publishers who make their money in the book pushing business won't take your manuscript, you can always use the available free software to put it into common e-book formats and with a cheap domain name and hosting, plus free e-commerce software... put your textual baby online and see if the folks at the big publisher really are full of it... ;-)
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The runners-up for king are George R. R. Martin with 20% of the votes, Stephen King (14%), Neil Gaiman (12%), and J.J. Abrams (7%); for queen it's Kim Harrison (15%), Charlaine Harris (10%), Stephenie Meyer (9%) and Suzanne Collins (8%).
I also find this a little confusing. Why is Gaiman there and not Pratchett????
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Hmmm...I get 216!! But then I'm bad at math...oh well!

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I could have lost a day while traveling.
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You are correct, it was 216 yesterday. Today it's:

215 DAYS!!!
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I'm so glad you guys introduced me to Codex Alera. While it's not Harry, it's such a great series so far that I've actually gone 3 straight days without wanting to reread The Dresden Files. I don't think I'm going to make it to November before starting my reread of the series though. I wanted to get through them right before starting Skin Game, but that isn't going to happen .

I am definitely reading Codex Alera right through though. I can't stop myself .
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