I rarely do this. Wait. That’s not true. (I’m such a liar.) I used to waffle on and on about the world at large, but a few years ago, I decided to stop. Lately, I’ve focused on my fiction writing so that’s all I’ve blogged about. But… Now I want to go back to waffling. Gird … More Life’s Lessons 1.0
Can be amazing symbols of opportunity. In fiction, particularly fantasy and science fiction, doors are often gateways to other realms. But more often than not, they are simply doors; meant to keep inside stuff in and outside stuff out. And sometimes, the door itself is not enough to do that last job. So that’s when … More Doors
I’ll do an anthology about dragons. But not today. So, it is official. Well, as official as it gets around here. This year’s SFFWorld.com anthology’s theme will be… (drum roll, please) Heroes and Villains. I know, I know. There are heaps of other hero/villain anthologies out there. But here’s where ours will differ: your heroine/villain … More One of these days…
The year started out so well, but I now find myself at the end of January with far too little writing tasks completed and far too many of life’s distractions. I’m sorry to announce that NewNoWriMo 2017 is canceled. Check back in a couple of months. Hopefully by then, I’ll be back in the swing … More Writing Update
Today is ‘Appreciate a Dragon‘ Day. Don’t believe me? Click on the link above. Is there really an appreciate a dragon day? Who comes up with these things? No disrespect meant towards (mythical) dragons, but really? A day all for massive lizards? Here’s the thing though: Dragons have played a huge role in many cultures around the … More Are you a dragon?
Last week, over on the You Are Here anthology site, I announced we’ll be donating $400 to the Humane Society – that’s in addition to the $500 we donated to HS last year. (That initial amount was given in lieu of paying the wonderful Lindsay Buroker for an original story.) As much as I love … More Giving Money
Will be the year I publish. I swear. They* say not to commit to a goal one does not have complete control over. Like: getting traditionally published. One can’t control an agent or publishers. All you can control are your actions. So, you can set a goal to submit to agents or publishers, but it … More 2017