http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgclvkTv4Ps I've done a strange thing. I've been thinking for a while now of getting my own Patreon page, so two days ago I began compiling one, writing soberly about my intentions with the page, about my lack of time due to factors most of us struggle with, and my aim to complete all my … Continue reading Help Me Unleash My Stories
I'm in one of those moods today where I want to read about the masters and learn from them and see whether what I'm feeling inside is unique to me or just part of the process of writing fiction. We writers might fantasize about things, but when we write it's to share our fantasies with … Continue reading Writers Write No Matter What
I'm looking over my shoulder at 2015 and I'm shaking my head in bemusement. Damn, it was a difficult year. It promised a lot of things but either failed to deliver or under delivered. But there were surprises too. And new promises. Lots of new promises. Kōsa Press brought out its first anthology These Broken Worlds … Continue reading Goodbye 2015, Come here 2016!
I've been scratching my head this last week trying to find ways to supplement my meager income. I googled and read articles and searched high and low across the digital plains of the Internet, focussing specifically on freelance writing gigs. Somehow I stumbled on a site called Zerys. I didn't find any evidence of them … Continue reading ’80s Nostalgia and Freelancing
The scribes over at The Collective have not sat still, not that they have any choice. By their very nature, they are obligated to write and so they have. Below are the latest log entries from five more scribes. The Journal of Yempick Mingal "I tried to remember something today. A simple thing. A memory … Continue reading The Collective #SciFi: Log Entries
Today is a day for announcements it seems. M.J. Kelley, founder and publisher of Kōsa Press and creator of the Virtual Writer Workshop, is guest author on the Writers Unite Podcast. If you're a writer I'd suggest you go listen to the podcast. M.J. talks more about the workshop, about how critique groups can improve a writer, what … Continue reading Writers Unite Podcast: Episode 1 – The Importance of a Writer’s Group
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