Tag Archives: E.D. Baker

June 06

You Don’t Always Have to Write What You Know by E. D. Baker

When I was growing up, I’d often hear that an author had to write what he knew.  That’s good advice as far as it goes.  A detective could write a great mystery. A cowboy could write a series of westerns.  A doctor could write about the drama taking place in a hospital.  But what about […]

April 21

Greater Greensward and Back Again: The Road to the Fairy Tale World by E. D. Baker

A cloud of fairies dances in the moonlight with a twirling fairy princess. A unicorn rests his head on the lap of a frightened girl. Family and friends search for an infant prince turned into a tadpole and lost in a far-off swamp. A girl turns herself into a dragon to stop a fight between […]