Writing Update

Hey all! Yesterday marked the halfway point of July, so I just wanted to share my word count statistics with you. My word count at the end of June was 18.5k. As of last night, my total word count is 35.4k. That means I’ve managed to add almost 17k from July 1st to July 15th… Read More

Writing Update

Hey everyone! It’s been a while since my last update, so I figured I should fill you in. Unfortunately, I haven’t accomplished much, mainly due to going out of town for a week to visit family. However, I am still making good progress, with my current word count at almost 9k, well into chapter 3.… Read More

Picrew Character Art

I’ve seen Picrew around for awhile, but never tried it… until today. So, for your viewing pleasure, I bring you my main cast of The Sylex Meadowbrooke Chronicles.

PitMad tips – How I nearly broke 200 retweets

Hey everyone! Yesterday was pitmad and boy was it a doozey! I’ve participated in quite a few pitmad events with varying results, but this one I was determined to get in front of as many people as possible. And it worked! In past events, I believe the most reweets I ever got was around 80… Read More

Writing Update

Hi everybody! It’s been a slow week for me on the writing front, but I finally managed to finish The Truth of Winter (my Persephone retelling short story) at just under 9k words. I’m very happy how it turned out and am planning to give it to a few friends for some feedback before searching… Read More

Why Do I Write Who I Write?

A little over a week ago, I sat down with the President of Skullgate Media, Chris VanDyke, for an interview about my writing. One of the things he was curious about was the contrast between a few of my works. My short stories Rrekwe’m of Blood (Achten Tan) and Madness (Under New Suns) are fairly… Read More

Allison N. Moore Interview with Skullgate

Hey guys! This week I sat down with Chris VanDyke, the founder of Skullgate Media for a virtual Zoom interview talking about my stories published in Volume 1 and Volume 2 of Tales From the Year Between as well as my unpublished works in progress. This was my first ever video interview, so please forgive… Read More