The words that subtly ruin your writing

We all know when we read something terrible. The less literarily inclined will likely not understand what it is about the thing they’re reading which is making it bad, they just know it is. Even some who read often, or have written books, will not understand what it is that’s subtly making the work they’reContinue reading “The words that subtly ruin your writing”

Nightmares Unhinged – A Review

So… I finished reading Nightmares Unhinged a bit ago, but sort of dallied around writing the review. I should have written it sooner so they were all freshly on my mind, but I quick scan through the pages and I was back in with them easily. From the clutches of Hex Publishers, edited by JoshContinue reading “Nightmares Unhinged – A Review”

All the edits, and so little time – Pick your battles and hills to die on

Since my edits came in for The Mill before I’d officially started blogging, I decided to not write on it at that time. But now, edits for Sway’s Demise are in, and by god, they’re good.Also, hello, long time no see. I’m sorry I’ve been so absent. I promise to do better and write toContinue reading “All the edits, and so little time – Pick your battles and hills to die on”

Launch party complete – It’s been a while

Heeeeeeeey Kiddies. It’s been a bit. I’m super sorry. Life has been busy as f***, but now it’s better! Sway’s Demise is “feature complete”, and now we just need to go through the “bug fix” phase. Oh no, my producer self is bleeding into my author self. OK, back on topic. The launch party!! So,Continue reading “Launch party complete – It’s been a while”

Maintaining good relationships with Reviewers

Hmmm… this one seems as if it’s a multi-purposed post. For not just the writing in your life, but other things like your day job, maybe even casual friendships. I’d like to talk about how to maintain a good relationship with people, so when the time comes, there’s no question in their mind about helpingContinue reading “Maintaining good relationships with Reviewers”

Writer’s block – *sigh*

We all get it from time to time, the dreaded inability to formulate sentences, lead one action into the next. A lot of people say “DRIVE ON!” Just keep writing, force it out, write something terrible, doesn’t matter. I find it pretty difficult to do this. I’m not sure how to help you… I can’tContinue reading “Writer’s block – *sigh*”

Mile High Horror Film Festival – A Critique

Critique… The English language is an enigma man… I would spell that word criteek, but f*ck me, whatever. You can tell its late, because I’m starting this post out bashing the language I use to tell stories. On with what I came here to talk about. Even Lambs have Teeth – 7/10 I’ll give itContinue reading “Mile High Horror Film Festival – A Critique”

Receiving Criticism – How to improve instead of surrendering

The Mill’s first 1 star review, it finally happened! But I’m not sad. You can never┬áplease everyone, it’s just not possible. I’m very glad that this was not my first review of The Mill – that may have been a little soul crushing – but all the same, her opinions and views are valid andContinue reading “Receiving Criticism – How to improve instead of surrendering”

Naming a work of Fiction – Guest post and the next Novella Teaser!

Hey guys! Sorry I haven’t been super active, life and stuff. Here’s a link to the guest post I did for Amber Gregg on her site Judging more than just the cover! Here’s a bit of what I’ve been doing recently: Walking through the sand was grueling, and we all began to pant. Our packsContinue reading “Naming a work of Fiction – Guest post and the next Novella Teaser!”

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