Little Things = Big Blunders – I’m Over on Dan Alatorre’s Blog Today! #guestblogging

Sometimes, it’s the simple things that can derail your story. Little story gremlins wreak havoc on an otherwise smooth operation. Hard to spot? Yes. Easy to fix? Absolutely – though it can be time consuming. Don’t fret, there is hope. Once upon a time, I was an airplane mechanic. Of the Avionics variety. This meant […] … Continue reading Little Things = Big Blunders – I’m Over on Dan Alatorre’s Blog Today! #guestblogging

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Dragons Are Real, and They Are Coming

Kev allowed me to crash his blog again! How awesome is that? You can read the rest on his site - and also check out all the other great posts he has over there. “Dragons are real, and they’re coming.” I shook while I knelt before the hearth and crackling fire. How could they be … Continue reading Dragons Are Real, and They Are Coming

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

Always Remember, Love, You Belong To Me

Kev allowed me to crash his blog to promote my short story The Piano Player. Hop on over to his blog and check it out. Thanks again Kev! You. I’ve been watching you, Love. Picking away on your guitar. Running your fingers over your piano. Lost in thought. Frustrated. The music isn’t coming, is it? … Continue reading Always Remember, Love, You Belong To Me

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