I don’t know how many of you caught my post at Turtleduck Press mid-February about how I believe that we are not only a product of our experiences, but also what we’re exposed to, and how important books can be
Turns out it’s hard to follow Alpaca Poetry. Ever had a story you really want to write – premise, characters, setting, the whole nine yards – but something was missing that was keeping you from actual writing. Aggravating, isn’t it?
Once again, the Friday Round-up did not get rounded up, so today we will be discussing alpacas. How can you not like alpaca? They are fluffy and evil. I submit the following as evidence (and also dare you not to
First of all, I apologize. I’ve been doing a lot of writing entries lately, and I generally try to do an even mix between writing, reading, and general gushing over things like Landsquid and space shuttles and chocolate chip muffins.
So you’re writing a book. Aside from plot and character, one of the most important things is setting. This determines the when and where of your story. Let’s say you’re writing urban fantasy or contemporary fiction or something that takes
There is not going to be a Friday Round-up today (obviously) as I have not been on the interwebs enough this week to have rounded anything up. Hopefully nothing too exciting happened. I expect someone will tell me if I’ve
A few weeks ago I was at a write-in with my sister. She wasn’t writing anything, and when I asked her why, she said she was waiting for books from the library so she could do some research. “It’s not
So, yesterday I signed up to attend the Pike’s Peak Writers’ Conference, held in Colorado Springs, CO over the weekend of April 29-May 1. I have been thinking about attending a writers’ conference for about a year and a half.
My thoughts and prayers are with Japan today. Here are some options for helping them. Space/Science Secret Space Shuttle Blasts Off for Second Mission Alien Microbe Claim Starts Fight Over Meteorite Solving the Mystery of the Most Violent Event in
To continue from this entry in October, where I was commenting on the useability of CreateSpace and Lulu to self-publish. (On a side note, every time I link to one of my own entries, WordPress gets all excited and tells me