Most advice on the internet is garbage. It presupposes a highly generalized question and then offers a highly generalized solution.
I'm so honored to have my latest short story, The Transfer of Risk, included in the April 2021 edition of Bards and Sages Quarterly. Cover of the April 2021 Edition of Bards and Sages Quarterly Set in an 18th Century London, The Transfer of Risk is an historical fantasy story about William Sutton, an eighteenth-century … Continue reading THE TRANSFER OF RISK – Out Now in the April 2021 Edition of Bards and Sages Quarterly!
Here’s a life lesson I’ve had to learn the hard way.
Yup... There's still a long way to go in 2021, but I'd say last week will take the cake for weirdest weather week of the entire year. Happy to report I made great headway on GOD OF FEAR: THE RIVER'S WRATH SAGA. The first two chapters are up at Royal Road, with many more chapter … Continue reading Snow in Houston?!?!?!?
Ten dead formed a semi-circle at her feet.
Characters are the heart of any story.
An Inexhaustive List of Books I Read and Loved in 2020 in No Particular Order
The Eye of the World (Wheel of Time: Book 1) was published six months before I was born. For being thirty years old, it sure has aged well.
All good paragraphs, in my opinion, do two things.
Much of life feels like a detour from an original plan.
Taking shortcuts is fine as along as the final product is good.