Or...a quick refresher on Author Jamieson Wolf
I didn't have time before my appointment yesterday to type up something kind or clever about the author of yesterday's dragon story. Regular visitors to this site will recognize Jamieson Wolf's name-for two reasons. One, Jamieson (Drake) is the villain in the Choices trilogy. Two, Jamieson (Wolf) has appeared here in our author interview series several times as he's released books.
I met Wolf in an online writer's group a couple years ago and learned that he reviewed books for Linear Reflections. So I contacted him offlist to see if he'd read and review Choices Meant for Gods. He accepted and, a couple weeks later, I had a glowing review for my first novel and a new contact in the book publishing industry.
Jamieson writes a variety of genres under the speculative fiction umbrella, and you can learn about them at his site www.jamiesonwolf.com. It's always a pleasure to have him share his publishing experiences with you visitors because he's worked with multiple publishers and multiple genres in both electronic and print books. His articles appear in Linear Reflections and The American Chronicle (and others, I'm sure). He teaches courses with Long Story Short and The Muse Conference Online.
If you missed yesterday's dragon story, I encourage you to scroll on down through today's Word of the Day and check out yesterday's postings. If you leave a comment for Wolf, you're automatically entered in the dragon storytelling contest for the e-prizes later this week. Enjoy Wolf's gift for telling stories!
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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