My Advice to Aspiring Authors | Hugh Howey

I've been following Hugh for a while now ever since I read the first Wool installment. To say he writes great prose would be an understatement. Hugh is one of those rare writers that can tell an incredibly evocative story in a way that pulls you right into the middle of it, arms flailing--you see, … Continue reading My Advice to Aspiring Authors | Hugh Howey

How Can I Find My Writing Voice? By Writing For Your Twin

I received this article by Chip MacGregor in my email earlier today and it piqued my interest. In the past I've often wondered about my writing voice and I've concluded that it is something that happens naturally. I don't think it can be forced. I suppose one can pretend a voice by writing in a certain style, but … Continue reading How Can I Find My Writing Voice? By Writing For Your Twin

Insight Into My Writing Life

I discovered the blog, Part-Time Novel ~ Writing Between Living, today and must say it is a cool place to hangout. More so if you're like me and you're at the beginning parts of stumbling through the emotional ups and downs of the writing process. The blog's creator, Bob Evenhouse, created an entertaining and informative blog that … Continue reading Insight Into My Writing Life