Gregg Luke's work as pharmacist prepares him well for writing medical thrillers. As he researches new drugs, "what if? reigns supreme." 99% of the science in his novels is real and he strives to make it "easy to understand to a lay audience yet have it remain complex enough to fascinate and add credence to plausibility."
JoAnn Farb is the author of Compassionate Souls: Raising the Next Generation to Change the World and Get Off Gluten.
When John Bichelmeyer passed away in 2004, his daughter Mary Lucas started writing down the lessons she had learned from her father. Originally intended as a way to share her father’s advice with family and friends, interest was so great that Lucas sought out a publisher. She took some time to tell us a little bit about her journey to “accidental author.”
Normally, each Saturday we post a prompt to get you writing. Today, we’re taking a different tack and posting a prompt to get you thinking. Whether you are a veteran of National Novel Writing Month, or are just now learning about that crazy-intense group of writers, it’s a great time to start thinking about, and maybe even preparing for, the long month of November.