Writer Wednesday: Take a Damn Break

I just finished the first draft of my new science fiction novel Reclamation, and it feels so good to have finished. It also feels great to take a rest from the project. I know that some writers look at rest periods with a sideward glance—most think that rest can lead to stagnation, and stagnation can kill a project. … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Take a Damn Break

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Lessons Learned from a NaNoWriMo Winner (2017)

For those of you that weren’t awake last night to hear the news: I have officially won NaNoWrimo 2017!! This is an especially huge achievement for me, as it is the first NaNoWriMo I have ever entered. Also, because the beginning of this month was one of the scariest and most hellish weeks I’ve had in quite some … Continue reading Lessons Learned from a NaNoWriMo Winner (2017)

Hellions, Part 4

Story Name: Hellions Rating: Mature (Explicit Content) Synopsis: The armies of angels and the legion of the damned have opened opposing companies in the city of Waterside. Facing the worst spiritual downturn in modern history, the forces of good and evil have agreed to an unholy alliance. The companies are about to merge. Can Alastor, a havoc-loving demon, … Continue reading Hellions, Part 4

Hellions, Part 3

Story: Hellions Rating: Mature (Language, Violence) Previous Installments: Part 1, Part 2 Synopsis: Good and evil are corporations vying for control of the mortal world. Used to be, business was good. These days, mortals a lot less susceptible than they used to be. Facing the worst spiritual downturn in history, Abbadon Acquisitions and Providence Solutions are forced into an unholy … Continue reading Hellions, Part 3