Indie Author Interview With Woelf Dietrich

Indie Author Review has an interview up in which I answered a few questions, which is usually what happens when you do an interview (You're probably thinking, "You don't say!"). I talk about past and current writing projects, including my very first and overly ambitious attempt at historical fiction, which I never completed. Plus, while … Continue reading Indie Author Interview With Woelf Dietrich

10 Things Not Widely Known About Me

I've been tagged by Jessica West and Tom Knighton to write 7 things about me and/or about my writing and post it on Facebook, which I did. Jessica then thought my revelations entertaining enough to reproduce here. I'm not entirely convinced it's that entertaining, but it's a fun thing to do, plus I get to post an old photo … Continue reading 10 Things Not Widely Known About Me

Kōsa Press: How Collaboration Spawned A New Creative Publishing Vision

I've been making funny noises for a couple of months now, hinting at some secret project I'm working on. I revealed bits at a time, nothing more than grunts, really. For instance, you know I'm working on a story for an anthology. You also know it will fall under science fiction. I have not revealed … Continue reading Kōsa Press: How Collaboration Spawned A New Creative Publishing Vision

My #Writing Space

My office at night. It's well-used. The desk pad is worn through by my elbows. I need a new chair. I don't mind. It's familiar and cozy. It's a place for working. It's deceptive. It looks plain and unassuming. But it serves as my portal to worlds unseen. cultures and people yet to be named. … Continue reading My #Writing Space

Which author made me want to be a writer? | Venture Galleries

I have a new post out over at Venture Galleries. I talk about my writing and reading inspiration and why I'm unable to pinpoint only one author. "I have read so many books over the years I’ve forgotten most. A few do stand out, though, that had made an impression on me at the time I … Continue reading Which author made me want to be a writer? | Venture Galleries

Hemingway’s Formula to Mastery of Writing

I'm a big Ernest Hemingway fan. I admire the man, his writing and his flaws. Though not perfect, he wrote perfectly. He created art in a way that was different to how other writers did and he made it look easy. But therein lies his genius. It took him years of following other masters and … Continue reading Hemingway’s Formula to Mastery of Writing

Thunderclap‬: A Strange Alliance – ‪#‎WeirdWest‬

Today's blog post is slightly different from normal. I'm signal boosting a fellow author and writing buddy on Thunderclap. Her name is Jessica West and she is über talented. We are both alumni of the Virtual Writer Workshop hosted by M.J. Kelley, and she edited Bullies and Soggy Soup Bones. We are also fellow contributors on a … Continue reading Thunderclap‬: A Strange Alliance – ‪#‎WeirdWest‬