Category Archives: Writing

Telos is in Trouble: Lucy the T-rex and the Snow Leopards

Telos is in trouble. Telos usually is, you may say. This time, though, it’s not in the pages book were an author can be persuaded to rescue him. Telos is a snow leopard. He’s also an MC of my current book. … Continue reading

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Writing Product Descriptions is NOT for the Faint of Heart

For the last four weeks, I’ve been posting chapters from Terms of Derangement both here and Last year, I posted the entire book Pegasus King two chapters a week to as well. I think readership in my genre … Continue reading

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Music, TV and Catch Up

I love fanvids. Youtube is my place for finding them. Now that I’m back from living in China, (my third time through there), I have Youtube again! As well as Netflix. One could say there’s been a mite bit of … Continue reading

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The End: and All the Rest as Father Time Lays Down to Rest

  The End. So Implacable. So Final. Maybe…. As a storyteller, endings are difficult. My characters are real and breathing entities. They have lives before they walk into the pages of my tales and lives afterwards if they survive. So … Continue reading

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WIP and the Writing Process Blog Tour

  Today’s blog post is brought to you courtesy of Janna G. Noelle. I didn’t know what to write about this week, there’s been so much non-writing life going on that I didn’t feel I had something profound to say … Continue reading

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Limiting God: the Downfall of the All Powerful Character and Necessary Evil

  If my characters ever met me, they’d file a restraining order at a bare minimum. Most of them would probably request or in some cases, summarily deliver, capital punishment. I’d deserve it. If you’ve read Skere, or Pegasus King, … Continue reading

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The Writer in the Attic is Boring: Why Volcanoes, Falling in Love and Puppies Are Valid Career Investments

  You are the writer that you’ve created yourself to be. You’ve probably heard of the ‘nature versus nurture’ argument. There’s not much most of us can do about the nature part, unlike Aaron Cross in Bourne Legacy. We’re not … Continue reading

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