Paths to Publication – Heidi Ruby Miller

Author/blogger Heidi Ruby Miller recently interviewed me for PICK SIX QUESTIONS author archive.  If you’re at all curious about my creative process, have a gander.

Remember that old adage, “You wanna write, you gotta read?”

For all you writers and readers out there, consider making Heidi’s blog a daily pit stop.   It’s a great clearinghouse of interviews with speculative fiction authors from Alan Dean Foster to Vincent Zandri (bestselling author of The Remains, The Innocent, Godchild, and Moonlight Falls).   Everyone cobbles together their own process in the end, but there’s great insight to be had in exploring the thought processes behind other writers.  Heidi keeps it simple by giving the author the chance to answer 6 out of 15 questions — some insightful, others more lighthearted.

Heidi is a fellow alum from the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction program.  She’s authored several works including travel and writing craft books as well as two SF/Space Opera novels so far – Ambasadora and its prequel, Greenshift (yep, expect to see MUCH MORE from her in the months and years to come and not just in the SF genre).

From Heidi’s bio on Amazon:
Heidi Ruby Miller believes the relationship is as important as the adventure so she’s been writing sexy Science Fiction and Thrillers since 2005. She loves high-heeled shoes, action movies, Chanel, loud music, and video games. Heidi also teaches creative writing at Seton Hill University, where she graduated from their renowned Writing Popular Fiction Graduate Program the same month she appeared on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. The multi-award winning writing guide Many Genres, One Craft, which she co-edited with Michael A. Arnzen, is based on the Seton Hill program and was named #5 in The Writer magazine’s Ten Most Terrific Writing Books of 2011. Heidi’s first novel of the popular Ambasadora series was her thesis at Seton Hill.

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