Tag Archives: Alex Bledsoe

The Girls with Games of Blood by Alex Bledsoe (via BookLove)

The Dragon reviews The Girls with Games of Blood by Alex Bledsoe at Booklove: It’s 1975 in Memphis, Tennessee, and Alex Bledsoe returns with his Memphis vampires for a novel filled with fast cars, rock and roll, and steamy southern nights. Baron … Continue reading

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enter the werewolf

Well, it all started here when Alex Bledsoe talked about what he really thought about the vampires in the Twilight series. As always, Alex delivered a very thoughtful post, not just on the Twilight series, but on the subject of … Continue reading

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urgency versus action in your writing

A while back I wrote a post cautioning writers not to run off like a herd of brainless sheep every time an editor or agent suggests a technique for opening a novel. That particular post regarded the “open with action” … Continue reading

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conducting an author interview

A lot of people have had very kind words for the author interviews here on helluo librorum, and I really appreciate folks who take a moment to comment. I’ve been extremely fortunate to have hosted some exceptional authors, and I … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 3/3/10

[tweetmeme source=”teresafrohock” alias=”http://wp.me/pr3QO-BD” only_single=false] I’ve got some news from writers around net today: Alex Bledsoe has done a lovely interview with debut author, Liane Merciel, author of The River Kings’ Road. Head over and say hi to Alex and Liane … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 12/30/09

Prior to 2009 I had never attempted blogging, so this year was an opportunity for me to find my niche and see what types of posts people would like to read. I’ve found the experience to be rewarding on multiple … Continue reading

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An Interview with Alex Bledsoe

I’m very excited to have with us today Alex Bledsoe. Alex is the author of the vampire novel, Blood Groove, and the Eddie LaCrosse series, which includes the novels The Sword-Edged Blonde and Burn Me Deadly. (Be sure to scroll … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 11/4/09

NaNoWriMo edition. (hehe) Okay, you’re doing it! You’re plugging away on writing a 50,000 word novel during the month of November, hitting those keyboards hard and fast, so I thought to kick off the first week of NaNoWriMo, I’d share … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 10/28/09

The book trailer for Burn Me Deadly, Alex Bledsoe’s latest Eddie LaCrosse novel, is finally here! Just click on the title or the jacket on the right to be taken to Alex’s blog where you can view the trailer. Then … Continue reading

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lunch hour links for writers – 10/7/09

I’m still under the gun on my own deadline (both for my novel and for my ackademick), but I’m pleased to say the chapters are coming a lot more smoothly now. That’s thanks to a great group of critique partners … Continue reading

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