I regularly read more than a dozen blogs and news feeds. You can see some of them on the right side of this page. One of the things I really enjoy is finding real-life news articles that instantly hit me as story fodder*. Unfortunately, there are way too many good ideas for stories and not … More Story Ideas and NaNo
In case you’ve not noticed, this month is the National Writen a Novel in a Month challenge. I completed it last year and am hoping to do the same again this year. The current project will be a part of my Common Ground corner of the multiverse. It’s an Epic, Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy. Just so … More NaNoWriMo Tidbits
This author brings up some good points on keeping the promises you make with your readers. I like to thing my stories work on that level. What do you think? Here are ten reasons why books are better than sex. I have had a lot of people compliment me on my photography. They seem to … More A Few Quickies
Today is the big day! Guardian Noon, the second novella in the Common Ground series has just been released by Lyrical Press, Inc. Once again, it features a great cover by Renee Rocco and editing by Stephanie McGrath. Here’s a quick excerpt from Guardian Noon: Forest Surprise (PG13) Outside, Tammy stepped over the curb and … More Guardian Noon is OUT!
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I just had to share some of these. “Multi-tasking is dead. It never worked and it never will. Intelligent people love to sing its praises because it gives them permission to avoid the much more challenging alternative: focusing on one thing.” –Timothy Ferriss “This coffee falls into your stomach . . . sparks shoot all … More Some Great Quotes
I’m still way behind in my NaNoWriMo bid this year, at 8213 words and about a quarter way through it. Hopefully, I’ll be able to pick up the pace in the next few weeks. Wish me luck!