Monthly Archives: March 2014

    The first trade review for JUST LIKE THE MOVIES is in — and it’s a great one! I’ve gotten some really nice reviews, but this is the second positive review Kirkus Reviews has given my books and I … Continue reading

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There is never, ever a time when you’ve learned enough about writing.       This weekend, I had the pleasure of attending a writing retreat at the Vermont College of the Fine Arts in Montpelier, VT. A writing retreat … Continue reading

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    I’ve already addressed this HERE but there was a discussion about querying over on the The Lucky 13’s message boards and the advice was stellar — so I figured I’d pass it along to you.   If you are interested in publishing … Continue reading

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    I have to write bios pretty often. Not long ones — just a handful of sentences. I always, or almost always, start out with “Kelly Fiore has a BA in English from Salisbury University and an MFA in … Continue reading

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Thanks to Emma Pass– author of ACID and THE FEARLESS- for tagging me into the #mywritingprocess meme. Writing is such a personal thing. Every author does it differently and trying to explain it sometimes makes people a little confused or concerned for your … Continue reading

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Frederick Restaurant Week has begun!   For the last two years, I’ve had the privilege of attending a Restaurant Week “Sneak Peak” — this involves a sort of walking tour of Downtown Frederick, Maryland. The restaurant scene in my hometown has … Continue reading

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Something I like to do when I’ve got some extra time is go back through the YA Highway Field Trip Friday posts. I love them. They’re always chock full of interesting information and entertainment. They keep me posted on things I may … Continue reading

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