Interview With Armand Rosamilia


There is a great interview with me (and not only because it’s with me!) on Castles In The Air: Author Quinn Cullen’s Scribbles:

http://authorquinncullensscribbles.blogspot.com/2013/01/meet-armand-rosamilia-horror-author.html?spref=fb 

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Independent Authors Need to Think Globally & Act Locally


A great blog from author Tim Baker about thinking big while thinking small. Or maybe it just mentions me by name…

Independent Authors Need to Think Globally & Act Locally.

February 68k Writing Challenge for Armand


It’s not really a challenge but it sounds cooler in the title, right?

I’ve been contracted for not one… not two… but three! Count ’em, three! new stories to write. I can’t tell you the details and can’t really tell you much more (what a damn tease I am), but I can say they are going to be two 14,000 word and a 40,000 word novella.

Since my math skills are super-sharp (and there is a cute calculator feature on this laptop) it comes to 68,000 words in 28 days… which comes to 2,428 words a day to get everything written (first draft) and submitted on March 1st.

Wish me luck!

The downside to getting it is the back-burner status of all the other projects I was working on, like Dying Days 3, Dying Days: Origins, the next two stories in the Keyport Cthulhu series, and another hundred things.

But I’ll eventually get to them, and get in a few pages here and there when I have time.

Until then… don’t expect a ton of Mando on social media, since I need to really buckle down and write, write, write…

Armand


25 Things You Should Know About Writing Horror – reblog of a reblog… good stuff!

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I found this post over at terribleminds.com the home of fellow author Chuck Wending, and wanted to share it with you.

1. At The Heart Of Every Tale, A Squirming Knot Of Worms

Every story is, in its tiny way, a horror story. Horror is about fear and tragedy, and whether or not one is capable of overcoming those things. It’s not all about severed heads or blood-glutton vampires. It’s an existential thing, a tragic thing, and somewhere in every story this dark heart beats. You feel horror when John McClane sees he’s got to cross over a floor of broken glass in his bare feet. We feel the fear of Harry and Sally, a fear that they’re going to ruin what they have by getting too close or by not getting too close, a fear that’s multiplied by knowing you’re growing older and have nobody to love you. In…

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Miami Spy Games – Hobbes End Publishing Interview


Today an interview with Jairus Reddy, owner of Hobbes End Publishing, went live on JE Gurley’s Quill and Ink blog, in which he talks about “Miami Spy Games”…

http://jegurley.livejournal.com/tag/armand