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So who is this Harry? What’s been going on in his life, the very same life that he lives in China and Mongolia at the same time besides cards and writing? Is his family adopting a second time? Are they moving back to America?
Those questions are answered here.
Setting is half of the plot in a story. But the thing is, writers are running out of them. Medieval fantasy, sci-fi, and more recently dystopia have all been packed with authors fighting to be unique, but more and more it’s not working. What’s left?
Hear my thoughts on one of the last choices for authors. Grab a ticket to steampunk while there are still seats left.
A quick writer warning on assumption, and that mixed with context. Hopefully you get it. Plus, you get to hear an awesome joke as a part of it! Thanks for reading. Give God the glory.
I bring terrible news! I just found a shop in China…where the long dead Spider King is reincarnated! In other words, I’ve seen a funny shoe store with a great […]
Smiling my signature lopsided grin, I step into the massive market…
Here’s just another sample of inspiration writing I probably did about last year. It’s not from the world of Bayonet, and it’s actually not my best writing. But I thought I might as well put it up. Enjoy!
This is a writing tip I have for you all. It helps solve a problem I myself have experienced in my writing about making time for important characters, even though it seems impossible. Read for more!
“There are Auto-Riders here?”
Hear this funny conversation between two men committing a terrible crime to be caught in at the races: breaking-and-entering, then driving out onto the race track and crashing into the two world champions on some of the most expensive bikes in history. Enjoy!
Today I am here with a writing tip, or should I say warning. This is on the subject of thesauruses. Hear what I have to say on their danger and their use, both powerful.
I was doing a little writing research, and I stumbled upon bestselling author Gail Carson Levine’s book, Writing Magic: Creating Stories that Fly. I took a look at the Amazon preview and did the assignment about a woman losing her wig. I’ve published it on this post. Enjoy!