Category Archives: Our author’s appearances

Signed books

Our authors Tee Morris and Philippa (Pip) Ballantine are very active, traveling around attending conventions and signing books all over the country and around the world.

However there is only so much ground they can travel, and without question they cannot possibly meet all of their readers face to face. We’ve had many of those that miss out ask about getting hold of signed copies. Yes, even in this day of the digital download, many people still value a signed copy of a book.

So now we worked out a simple way to allow those that aren’t in an area Tee and Pip visit can get hold of a signed copy- that includes limited hardback editions. At the moment this only includes residents of the United States, but you can contact Pip at pjballantine dot com, to discuss getting a copy to your country and how much postage will be.

So visit Imagine That! Studios on the Square Marketplace. Books make great presents, and signed ones make an even more of an impression.

Pip’s newest releases, Kindred and Wings, and Harbinger will be available there too as soon as they have been released.

Harbinger

Pip on the Roundtable Podcast

One of our authors Philippa (Pip) Ballantine was recently on the Roundtable podcast for Twenty (or so) minutes, talking character development, mythology, and using what you know to write fantasy.

Also check in next week when Pip and the crew talk to an author still developing a story idea. It’s an insight into how Tee Morris and Pip work on their shared novels in the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series.

 

Talking scrivener

Two of our authors talk all about Scrivener, their favorite program for writing. They go over the features that they love and talk about some they would like to see.

In summary; creative writers of all stripes will want to check out this program.

 

Old school and new school

Tee Morris and Philippa Ballantine of Imagine That! Studios sit down with fellow author Myke Cole and host John Mierau to talk about book promotion in the new age. They talk brand new methods for authors, but also if some old school approaches still hold up.

Thanks to John for inviting Tee and Philippa onto the show.