May 13, 2005
Writers Write, Inc. Launches InternetWritingJournal.com
Writers Write, Inc. has announced the launch of InternetWritingJournal.com. The website is the new home of The Internet Writing Journal (The IWJ), an award-winning online magazine for writers and book lovers. The IWJ has been published by Writers Write, Inc. since 1997. Previously the website was part of the writerswrite.com website. The IWJ will now be published at its new website at internetwritingjournal.com. The new site also includes a frequently updated weblog about books, journalism, publishing and writing.
The IWJ has been online since 1997 and has interviewed many bestselling authors over the years including Dan Brown, Neil Gaiman, Marry Higgins Clark, Lawrence Block, Elizabeth Lowell, Janet Evanovich, Terry Pratchett and Nora Roberts.
This month's issue of The IWJ includes interviews with Rowena Cherry, author of Forced Mate (Love Spell). Forced Mate was a finalist in the Romantic Times and Dorchester Publishing New Voice in Romance Contest and a finalist for a PEARL Award for Best Futuristic Romance. Forced Mate breaks new ground in the genre by taking a Regency royal abduction plot and setting it in a high-tech feudal background.
This month's issue of The IWJ also includes an interview with Marjorie M. Liu, author of Tiger Eye (Dorchester) and X-Men: The Outcast Empire (Marvel/Pocket). Only 26, Marjorie gave up a budding law career to pursue her passion: writing fiction. Now, she's under contract for four books in the next year alone, including a new X-Men novel for Marvel.
Articles in the latest issue include: "A for Advice" by British novelist Alex Keegan; "Rhyme and Reason, Part 1" by syndicated radio show host and CEO of CQK Music & Records, Mary Dawson; "D-I-Y: Developing and Designing 2DO Before I Die" by Michael Ogden and Chris Day, authors of 2DO Before I Die (Little, Brown); and "The Major Role of a Minor Character" by Jan Brogan, author of A Confidential Source (Mysterious Press). The issue also includes book reviews in several genres including children's, fantasy/SF, lifestyle, mystery/thriller and romance.
Writers Write, Inc. is a new media company based in Dallas, Texas. The Writers Write® Network, includes Writerswrite.com, Writejobs.com, Readersread.com, Writenews.com, and WWForums.com. Each month, the Writers Write® Network receives over 3.5 million page views and 800,000 unique visitors.
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