I’ve got a few exciting goals to share with you for the coming year. But first, let’s review last year’s goals and whether I accomplished them.Continue reading “New Year’s Goals for 2019”
Let’s take a look at what I accomplished this week! Continue reading “Weekly Progress Report #1”
I’m participating in National Novel Writing Month 2017, and boy am I excited! Continue reading “Join Me for National Novel Writing Month 2017”
I picked up a copy of Paper Darts, Vol. 6, at the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference in late winter this year. I didn’t have the money to buy every book, magazine, or journal that looked appealing (alas!), so I thought twice about my purchases. When I stumbled upon the Paper Darts booth, I was tired by the long day. But the bright colors and obvious sense of design drew me in. Continue reading “Daring, Different: Paper Darts, Vol. 6”
This week seems like a good time to talk about my process for writing/pre-writing, particularly seeing as I’m right in the middle of it with Journey. Plus, one of my favorite writing podcasts, Writing Excuses, has been discussing a very related subject (outlining) for the last several weeks. So it’s been on my mind! Continue reading “Putting the “Story Genius” Outlining Method to Work”
“Stories from Wlud” is a recurring segment of works set in the same universe as my epic fantasy-adventure story: Journey.
A cadre of daring librarians of the Lesser Library have returned from an excursion into its fathomless depths and brought forth hitherto unseen works. What follows is a collected reproduction from a variety of manuscripts that give us greater insight into the early days of the ancient city of Kalm. Continue reading “Excerpts from Newly Discovered Texts on the City of Kalm”
“Assistance in Absentia” is the result of a writing prompt from “The 3AM Epiphany” by Brian Kiteley to create a character who lives entirely offscreen. Now it’s also about IT support and old people.