News & Events
||Kaylan Doyle and fellow authors Susan Schreyer and Lisa Stowe held a book-talk, book-signing event at Paradiso Olive Oils & Vinegars on March 24. Attendees peppered the three with questions about books, writing and publishing. Scheduled for an hour, the event ran twice as long! Conversation ranged from what goes into an exciting read ... to what readers want. The drawing winner received an autographed book from each author.
Authors Susan Schreyer and Kaylan Doyle
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I’m talking books to attendees.
Susan Schreyer, our drawing
winner, and me.
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I thought I looked
intelligent, answering a
writing question. Lyn says
I look sad. You decide!
Three Author Forum
January 28, 2012 - 4:00 p.m.
Indulge Salon & Spa
114 S. Lewis Street
Monroe, WA 98272
Discussion topics will be how authors manage world building, hooking reader emotions, twisting plots and creating the unexpected.
- Love Beyond the Stars Blog at Writerspace
- Writing Horses Blog
Today I have the great pleasure to be able to pull up a chair next to the Writing Horses cozy "writers' fire" with Kaylan Doyle, author of the new scifi adventure-thriller, Survivors' Dreams. Although Kaylan is from my neck of the woods, she writes about other worlds in a clear and compelling manner that simply absorbs the reader. She is easily one of the most imaginative authors I've encountered. Survivors' Dreams debuted at Dragon Con 2011 to overflowing praise... Read more
- The Story River
Continuing with author Kaylan Doyle, the first question in particular I found interesting as Kaylan and I had totally different reactions to Margie Lawson. I blogged about her courses here before. Now, listening to Kaylan, I wonder if Margie is a person who presents better in person compared to the written, online courses. Anyway, Kaylan has a lot of interesting things to say here... Read more
December 17, 2011 1:00 - 4:00 PM
317 NW Gilman Blvd, space #8
Issaquah, WA 98027
Dracon*con, August 31 - September 3, 2011
- As a part of the Dragon*con Writers Track, I participated in an author’s panel on “Voice” — how we find and develop our own writer’s voice, and how it makes our novels unique to us.
- At the Dragon*con Blood Drive, I was asked to walk through the donor’s room, and talk to those giving blood — about my novel, or anything else they wanted to discuss.