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Monthly Archives: October 2007
As posted on my author’s blog, To Elysia and Back Again: I have just confirmed that I will speaking at Pine Ridge Middle School on Monday, November 26th, from 10:00 to 3:45. I will also be signing and selling copies … Continue reading
Be sure to check out my Fan Art Photo Album at the Official Elysian Chronicles Fan Club site. If you’ve drawn any pictures of The Elysian Chronicles and want to see your art on the site, please mail them to … Continue reading
These are my events for the week, as per my author’s blog, To Elysia and Back Again, at http://www.mbwestonblog.com/. October 25th, Writing Workshop: The Art of Storytelling, 7:30-9:00: I’ll be teaching a writers’ workshop on the art of storytelling at … Continue reading
I just uploaded some of my favorite baseball photos. Check them out!
I had fun tonight at Barnes & Noble at my writing workshop, “Sensory Details and Landscape.” I also picked up the 2008 Writer’s Market and a lap desk for my laptop computer. When I went downstairs, a unique book caught … Continue reading
My television interview scheduled for today was postponed. We shall probably shoot the interview sometime in December or January, which happens to be when Out of the Shadows: Book II of the Elysian Chronicles will debut, so the timing should … Continue reading
October 16th, East Lake Library, 6:30-8:00: I’ll be speaking at East Lake Library’s Author’s Showcase on the subject of “Show, Don’t Tell.” October 17th, WRXY TV, 12:00: I’ll be filming an interview on the Bridges TV show in Punta Gorda. … Continue reading
Oh dear. I’ve just discovered Star Trek: Enterprise on the Sci-Fi Channel, and just as baseball season is about to end. The writers of this are good. They’re able to create great tension, and really draw the audience in. What … Continue reading
Yesterday, I visited Lely High School, home of the Trojans. It was kind of fun, visiting one of my high school’s rivals. I spoke to 10 classes about writing, the process of getting published, and “Show, Don’t Tell”–one of the … Continue reading