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Software Review: ‘Magix Samplitude Pro X2′

Magix, Samplitude, Pro X2

Magix adds even more tricks to what was already the most complete audio workstation, in 'Samplitude Pro X2' and the suite. Newcomers might be intimidated by the interface, but Magix has done almost all they can to make it easier for the user. Read More »

NAB Show: A Newbie Diary

I explore NAB: 90,000 attendees from 121 countries viewing over 1600 exhibits and a beer garden Read More »

Changing Perspectives: An Attitude and an Education That Helps Me Navigate the Publishing Industry

Where do we start building our writing career, and once launched, how do we juggle the many perspectives at play? Read More »

Contemplating My 500th Article on Blogcritics

It has been also a privilege to be here and to work alongside so many fine fellow writers. Read More »

An Interview With Charles Ardai, Editor of Hard Case Crime, About Donald Westlake’s The Comedy Is Finished

An interview about a "new" book by the late Donald Westlake, as well as an excerpt of it. Read More »

Book Review: Seize the Story by Victoria Hanley

A helpful book that will help writers of all levels. Read More »

Interview with Christine Grote, Author of Dancing in Heaven

Author Christine Grote talks about Dancing in Heaven and also the process of publishing this inspirational memoir. Read More »

Revision, Criticism, and Submission for the New Author

What new writers need to do before they submit their manuscripts for publication, no matter how much it hurts. Read More »

Manuscript Submissions: Surviving the Slushpile

Making your manuscript submission ready or how not to be instantly rejected in three easy steps. Read More »

Interview with Victoria Zackheim, Editor of He Said What? Women Write About Moments When Everything Changed

Victoria Zackheim discusses the release of the anthology He Said What? as well as other anthologies, and documentaries, she has developed Read More »