Today I want to talk about choosing a mentor. This comes up a lot for me because, in my experience […]
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Expectation Vs. Reality
Today’s topic is expectation. I like to ask authors what their expectations were coming into this industry. A lot of […]
Never say “good enough”
If there’s one thing I’ve noticed being in the publishing industry, it’s how a deadline will wear people down. As […]
What kind of writer are you?
I wrote another post called “Love what you do, or don’t do it” and we touched on the subject of […]
Border of Immortality: Cast of Characters
Disclaimer: NONE of the artwork shown is mine. I am not using it for monetary gain. I’m creating a mood […]
Partial Family Tree: De Sols
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The De Sols: Backstory
I started writing about the De Sol family on, or around, the year 1996. It started with AOL RP rooms, […]
Conversations with Mentors: Daniel Chernault
I’ve interviewed several of the mentors who brought me to where I am today. In the upcoming weeks, you’ll see […]
Nuclear Solstice (Unedited, WIP)
So this story is a work in progress. Posting them here motivates me. I am trying to be more consistent […]
Get Serious About Writing
Having done enough conventions and literary panels this year, I wanted to address the question I seem to get most […]
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