Daily Archives: April 2, 2007

Thrird Stop on Synergy Book Tour

Thanks to Joshua Palmatier for being a great host on the second day of my virtual book tour. People stopped by and we had a great chat.

Today, I’m stopping on Dynastic Queen‘s blog, to talk about the concept of the book and where Synergy fits in my writing space. Here’s a bit about Stephe:

Stephanie Thornton

Born a military brat and settled in metro Atlanta, Stephe has recently submitted the first novel of her fantasy saga to a well-known publishing house for consideration, and has begun the second book. She writes fiction because it frees her from Earth’s gravity. It’s her drug of choice, her high. And it’s free.

She was born with a book in her hand, and probably wrote her first story in the womb (nine months is a long time to float about bumping your head and doing nothing). A high school friend asked her to read a book she was penning, and that’s where the spark to write originated, though she never really thought the fantastical stories screaming in her head would lead to anything. She wrote five novels, a novella, and a few short stories, all things her muse would spit out whenever it turned on. A poet friend pointed her (with force) to a local writers’ group then, and suddenly she was no longer alone. Stephe stepped out of her comfort zone, met other writers, and began perfecting her craft. It was a whole new world where she realized she wasn’t just playing at being a writer.

Stephe has worked as a writer/editor consultant for communications firms, as an editor of corporate and community newsletters, as co-head writer for a local television production company, has stories published in a new literary magazine and a local anthology, and blogs on her Writingscape.

Stephe is working on book two of her fantasy saga (at least I think it is — Stephe??) and blogs about it, but she also has a lot of quirky and fun posts about life in general, and it’s weirdness. A woman after my own heart.

Come and join us today.

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Third Stop on Synergy Book Tour

Thanks to Joshua Palmatier for being a great host on the second day of my virtual book tour. People stopped by and we had a great chat.

Today, I’m stopping on Dynastic Queen‘s blog, to talk about the concept of the book and where Synergy fits in my writing space. Here’s a bit about Stephe:

Stephanie Thornton

Born a military brat and settled in metro Atlanta, Stephe has recently submitted the first novel of her fantasy saga to a well-known publishing house for consideration, and has begun the second book. She writes fiction because it frees her from Earth’s gravity. It’s her drug of choice, her high. And it’s free.

She was born with a book in her hand, and probably wrote her first story in the womb (nine months is a long time to float about bumping your head and doing nothing). A high school friend asked her to read a book she was penning, and that’s where the spark to write originated, though she never really thought the fantastical stories screaming in her head would lead to anything. She wrote five novels, a novella, and a few short stories, all things her muse would spit out whenever it turned on. A poet friend pointed her (with force) to a local writers’ group then, and suddenly she was no longer alone. Stephe stepped out of her comfort zone, met other writers, and began perfecting her craft. It was a whole new world where she realized she wasn’t just playing at being a writer.

Stephe has worked as a writer/editor consultant for communications firms, as an editor of corporate and community newsletters, as co-head writer for a local television production company, has stories published in a new literary magazine and a local anthology, and blogs on her Writingscape.

Stephe is working on book two of her fantasy saga (at least I think it is — Stephe??) and blogs about it, but she also has a lot of quirky and fun posts about life in general, and it’s weirdness. A woman after my own heart.

Come and join us today.

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