The good news is that I finished the first draft of Shifting Shadows, the last book in the Shifter Series. The bad news is that something about the last few lines didn’t set well with me and I rewrote them in my head several times. I think I’m going to let it sit for the … More First Draft, YAY!
Since high school, I have always told stories in the old bardic tradition. That is, by passing them on in word of mouth. When folks ask where I get the ideas for some of my own tales, I can’t help by be surprised. Someone once commented that the biggest problem with writing fiction is that … More Story Fodder
Last week, I posted a brief tutorial on how to use Audacity to create your own audiobooks. Now, I’ve decided to share some of my experiences during the creation of my latest project. First, a little background… I’ve recorded some short tales and a friend’s poem in order to test and hone my skills. This … More Audiobook Project – Part 1
While at lunch in a busy buffet, I was people-watching. There was a lady at an adjacent table with two kids. One was a little boy, I’m guessing six or seven years old. His sister was a bit older, probably ten or so. The boy got up and started marching towards the food with an … More Inspiration: Kids
I just found out about an upcoming event that should be a lot of fun. There is going to be a gathering of Urban Fantasy and Romance authors and readers in St. Augustine, Florida this coming February eighth to the tenth. http://oldecitynewblood.wordpress.com/ Details are a bit sparce at this point, but I’ll post updates on … More Olde City, New Blood!