Month: March 2016

Upcoming Appearances

RT Booklovers Convention April 12-17, 2016 Rio Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV I’ll be signing copies of Designs on You and In the Present Tense at the Giant Book Fair on Saturday. Asheville Zine Fest May 01, 2016 11 AM to 4 PM The Grey Eagle, 185 Clingman Ave, Asheville, NC I’ll be signing […]

#BiSciFi Twitter chat

Fellow Interlude Press author F.T. Lukens and I will be hosting a Twitter chat Tuesday, March 22 at 9pm EDT. Please join us as we talk about bisexual characters in sci-fi and our latest books! Got questions? Send ’em in advance!

I’m on Twitter talking time travel… come join me!

What are your favorite time travel stories in movies/tv/fiction? I don’t think it’s any secret what mine is. — Carrie Pack (@carriepack) March 19, 2016

Setting the scene

Choosing a setting for my writing is always a challenging task. I’m not really sure why that is, except I don’t want to get it “wrong.” If you aren’t true to the setting, the reader will know. Perhaps that’s why I stuck so close to home for In the Present Tense. Miles Lawson and his […]

The necessary evil: 5 promotion ideas that work

As my release date nears, I am gearing up to do my least favorite part of being a writer: promotion. It’s not that I don’t love talking about my work, I do. It’s just that when you think about being a Writer, you never sit around thinking, “Gee, I can’t wait to figure out what […]

Interlude Press is looking for short stories

It’s no secret I love my publisher. I think I’ve shouted it from the rooftops a few times, but what you may not know is they’re open for submissions. What? I’ve shouted that too? Well, okay, you got me there, but this time they’re also looking for short stories. Like less than 30,000-word stories. That’s […]

Why I chose a bisexual protagonist

This May I release my second book from Interlude Press, In the Present Tense and it features my first bisexual protagonist, Miles. A friend recently asked me why I chose to make Miles bisexual and I couldn’t put it into words. I knew it was important to create a character who felt real to me. […]