Angel Leigh McCoy

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Angel Leigh McCoy lives with a cat named Boo, in Seattle, where the long, dark winters feed her penchant for horror and dark fantasy. Her short fiction has appeared in several anthologies, including the RAVENS IN THE LIBRARY project.

She was once a game designer at ArenaNet, where she was part of a vast team effort to make the coolest MMORPG ever: Guild Wars 2.

Over the years, she has designed RPG material for White Wolf, Wizards of the Coast, FASA, and Pinnacle Entertainment Group. She also worked for Microsoft Game Studios, writing articles as Xbox.com correspondent Wireless Angel.

You can check out a list of her latest projects on her website.

How To Start Your Novel





One of the things I love to do is help other passionate writers succeed. Recently, I was given the opportunity to share some of my own hard-earned knowledge on the topic of “How to Start Your Novel” or other storytelling project.





If you’re interested in learning more about this topic, if you’re struggling to get started on your own Great American Novel, or if you want a boost to give any storyt...

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Stan Law A belated thanks for choosing me to be among your friends, Jerry. It may interest you that my book Marvin Clark—In Search of Freedom in now a matching FREE download on Amazon Kindle. This is not SF, but you might be well amused. Enjoy it while you can. (A little review on Amazon wouldn't hurt either!)
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Savannah Angel, thank you for the friendship.
Stay naughty,
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Angel McCoy Pamela wrote: "Good Evening Angel...Thanks for accepting my friend request :)"

Nice to meet you, Pamela. :)


Pamela Good Evening Angel...Thanks for accepting my friend request :)


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Angel McCoy Penelope wrote: "Thanks for adding me as a friend. :^)"
Thanks for suggesting we be friends! :)


Penelope Marzec Thanks for adding me as a friend. :^)


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Beth Hi Angel,
Thanks for befriending this fellow author on Goodreads!


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Angel McCoy Alan wrote: "Hi Angela

You've certainly got an interesting career going on - I have friends that would kill for your job!

I noticed you only gave 1 star to The Hobbit. Why was that? You must be the only perso..."


I blame the fact that I tried to read it for the first time when I was already well into being a grown up. :) Perhaps if I'd read it as a child, I'd have liked it better. I found it stuffy and overblown. But, that's me. :)



message 1: by Alan

Alan Baxter Hi Angela

You've certainly got an interesting career going on - I have friends that would kill for your job!

I noticed you only gave 1 star to The Hobbit. Why was that? You must be the only person I know that doesn't like it. :)


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