Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Heidi Ruby Miller: Co-Editor of Many Genres One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction.

As part of a three month mega 'Virtual Book Tour' for the new writing guide 'Many Genres, One Craft', Heidi and myself, have jointly hosted the 'Secret Writers' series. As well as the 'Secret Writers' author posts that have been featured here on this blog over the past few weeks, further posts in this series can be found on Heidi's blog, by clicking on the following link: 'Secret Writers'.

Heidi is a fantastic lady, who worked tirelessly to help me put the 'Secret Writers' series together. I would like to thank Heidi and also the contributing authors from 'Many Genres One Craft', that produced their very interesting posts, that contributed to this really fascinating 'behind the scenes' series. I would also like to thank Heidi and Michael for choosing 'The Secret Writer' blog as an 'Official Tour Stop' for their amazing new book. I have really enjoyed my time working with the 'Many Genres One Craft Team'!

As this particular 'Book Tour Stop' has now come to an end, I would finally like to introduce you to Heidi Ruby Miller, author and also Co-Editor of Many Genres One Craft.

Heidi Ruby Miller pursued several career paths, just not at the same time, including contract archaeology, foreign currency exchange at Walt Disney World, secondary foreign language teacher, and Educational Marketing Director for a Frank Lloyd Wright House. Now she is adjunct faculty at Seton Hill University, where she graduated from their Writing Popular Fiction graduate program the same month she appeared on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Her fiction is in various print and online publications. Among them are: Ambasadora, "The Islands of Hope" inSails and Sorcery: Tales of Nautical Fantasy (Fantasist Enterprises Ed. by W.H. Horner), "The Surrender" in Best of Every Day Fiction 2008 (Ed. by Jordan Lapp, Camille Gooderham Campbell, and Steven Smethurst), "Mr. Johnson's Boy" and "Sounds in the Jungle" in Eye Contact. She is a member of The Authors Guild, Pennwriters, Broad Universe, and the Science Fiction Poetry Association. If you would like to find out a bit more about Heidi and her writing, just click on the following link, which will take you directly to her blog: http://heidirubymiller.blogspot.com

1 comment:

  1. Calum:

    You were awesome! Thanks so much for letting us stop by so often.



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