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An Eerie Operetta

I have the pleasure of hosting my good friend V.L.Locey once again. This woman cranks them out at an astonishing pace.  Her latest release, An Eerie Operetta… 1,399 more words

Life Of A Writer

Things I Suck At (Or, What I'm Learning From Working With an Editor)

I admit that the title of this post is click-bait, since I don’t really think I suck, but I AM learning a lot from my first go around with a professional editor. 645 more words

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Watch out for writers

Do you know why you should be wary of us?

We are a sneaky bunch. We love loud mouth people in restaurants, coffee shops, on public transport and cell phones who broadcast their private lives and think no one is listening or don’t care. 91 more words

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All Done (Except for the Parts that Aren't)

I just finished writing the main segment of Burned Lands, a twelve part serial story for Dark Futures.

The idea was simple enough: write three chapters of around 2.5k words each. 415 more words

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Research for Amish Fiction

When I first released Nine Lives of Adam Blake and went off and did a bunch of blog tours and interviews, I was surprised at how often interviewers asked about my approach to research for fiction. 1,141 more words

Amish Fiction

On Hugos and Nebulas, Part 10: Sex Sells

This is not so much a rule-breaking in and of itself, unless you count it as a specialized bird walk. Really, though, it’s more like an annoying observation. 228 more words

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LIT 101


We have to write. If we don’t our brains explode

and the poetry, words and ideas go all over.

We have to drink for inspiration. 59 more words