Writing Basics: Finding Your Voice – The How and The Why

A while back, I started writing about foundational writing rules with my Writing Basics: How You Should Structure Your Story. Today, I'm going to continue with a subject equally foundational, maybe more so: Finding Your Writer's Voice. First, what do I mean when I say "your writer's voice"? Your style. Your uniqueness. The way you … Continue reading Writing Basics: Finding Your Voice – The How and The Why

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Book Review: Divided Serenity by G.L. Cromarty

This is my review for G. L. Cromarty's debut novel Divided Serenity: Divided World Book One (she has already released book 2). Visit her site for more information. WARNING: This review may contain spoilers. They are not intentional, but you are warned in case they do happen. Synopsis (from Amazon): SERENITY HAS ALWAYS BEEN DIVIDED.... … Continue reading Book Review: Divided Serenity by G.L. Cromarty

Writing Basics: How You Should Structure Your Story

Get ready, because you and I are going back to the basics. A bit of Writing 101 if you will. Ground level, and building layer by layer until we reach the moon. Are you in? Good. Where do you, or I, begin? What should we consider as the foundation of storytelling? Take a look at … Continue reading Writing Basics: How You Should Structure Your Story

Book Review: An Angel On Her Shoulder by Dan Alatorre

Summary: Do you feel lucky, or unlucky? That's the question Doug Kenner asks himself over and over again as tragedy after tragedy strikes his family. But, what if its more than luck? What if something more sinister is at work? With three tragedies striking his family three years in a row, each more intense than … Continue reading Book Review: An Angel On Her Shoulder by Dan Alatorre

Church, It Doesn’t Have to be This Way

https://youtu.be/ZeBv9r92VQ0 This is not the post I wanted for my return. I had planned on writing an introduction to a new feature on my blog. However, this is far too important. If you've read my blog for any length of time, you know I cannot stay silent. Charlottesville. Tragic. Horrific. But a surprise? No. Why? … Continue reading Church, It Doesn’t Have to be This Way