January 2017

Where To Find Me This Year

Dear Stalkers and anyone else interested, I should be fairly easy to find this year. Most of the time, I’ll be behind a computer. Yup…I lead an exciting life. My schedule so far this year looks like this: Sunday, February 12th @ 7pm EST I’ll be on the Catholic Geek talking about my upcoming book,
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Book Trailer: Live And Let Bite by Declan Finn

http://dawnwitzke.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Bitemm.mp4Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadI had a little fun this week trying my hand at book trailers. Most of the images are from Pixabay and the software I used was Microsoft Movie Maker. It has some presets that make it easier. My first attempt at creating this trailer was in Mixcraft Pro 7,
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Ode To Delusion: A Fisking

There has been so much about the “Women’s March”, yet so little about what it actually was about or was meant to accomplish. The March for Life which happens on January 27th has a clear goal…to protest the legalization of abortion. The Women’s March’s goal is anyone’s guess. It was a nice day, maybe they
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One Page Podcast: Live and Let Bite by Declan Finn

http://dawnwitzke.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/LLB.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadMerlin “Merle” Kraft has been fighting the darkness for months. He left San Francisco in the capable hands of Marco Catalano and his anti-vampire team to defend them against vampires. With special operators at his command, Kraft has been killing every vampire he can find in the Middle East.
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Great Fiction is Superversive: A Dummy's Guide

  I’ve been sort of following the SuperversiveSF blog for awhile now, but frankly didn’t have a clue what superversive meant. I figured it was one of those science fictiony words that I either wouldn’t understand or wouldn’t care about. Yes, there have been posts talking about what superversive means and what kind of books
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Guest Post: Law of Murder for Writers

Today on my blog, the brilliant writer, Amie Gibbons. She also happens to be a lawyer. We’ll forgive her for that last part because she wrote this awesome post about the Law of Murders for Writers.  As a long time murderer who has killed oh so many fictional people, my only advice is to not
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4 Free Programs For Creating Book Covers

Being an indie author can really suck sometimes, especially if you’re strapped for cash and need to do everything yourself. I totally understand. My first book cover was done on a cheepy card design software. The cover was black and white. It was serviceable, but nothing eye catching. Fast forward and now there are loads
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