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Meet Chloe – Winterviews Partner and Romance Author

To celebrate 13 weeks of winter, Hàlön Chronicles will be conducting one interview a week for 13 weeks. We’ve also partnered with additional artists and authors for a few surprises throughout the winter. Join us on the hashtag #13Winterviews, or check out our blog hop for a sneak peek at who’s on the roster in the coming weeks.

Hosted by: K. J. Harrowick

1. First off, tell us a little bit about who you are and what type of books you write.

Hi, I’m Chloe Quinn. I love to write fictional books that usually involve a romance. However, I do write mystery and sometimes stories that revolve around a coming of age story. I usually like to write about a strong heroine who is deciding what the next step for her life is.

2. What projects are you working on these days?

I currently am writing ...

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Meet Angela – Science Fiction Writer and Winterviews Partner

To celebrate 13 weeks of winter, Hàlön Chronicles will be conducting one interview a week for 13 weeks. We’ve also partnered with additional artists and authors for a few surprises throughout the winter. Join us on the hashtag #13Winterviews, or check out our blog hop for a sneak peek at who’s on the roster in the coming weeks.

Hosted by: K. J. Harrowick

1. First off, tell us a little bit about who you are and what type of books you write.

I’m a science fiction writer. I live in rural Kansas, currently, though we are hoping to move to the Pacific Northwest coast sometime soon. My hubster is an art teacher and is very supportive of my writing. I just, um, made him read my second novel for the fourth time and he didn’t complain… Well… He didn’t complain too much...

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#PitMad 2016 Hangover

It’s a real thing – just ask the picture.

Yesterday, I decided to enter #PitMad. Huge thanks to Brenda Drake and all who helped put this together. I’ve heard about it for years, but in all honesty I’ve always avoided twitter like the plague.  However, this contest is a blast. If you’re a writer that has a book ready to pitch, do it. Here’s why:

  1. Instead of pitching to one agent at a time, you get to throw your pitch into the pool and dozens of agents, editors and other writers all see it at once.
  2. Read the other pitches. It’s amazing to see how many fantastic writers are out there, and it helps you stack up your idea against others.  I’d worked hard on three, but after the first hour of reading others, I knew one of mine was just terrible. I tossed it, wrote another, and got a like off th...
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