In which Allison likens a Doctor Who episode to her writing process.
Michael Gunter shares his thoughts on my latest writing endeavor in this post. 🙂
Some of you know Allison Rose. She’s a fellow writer, of many genres and a great sense of humor. She’s also done a guest post on my blog.
Sunday, she started a serial story (funny how that seems to be going around).
The title, Flora Dennis and the Isle of Two Eyes, gives a pretty good idea as to what general type of story it is, but the jury is still out as to exactly which genre it fits (maybe Ms. Rose could tell you). There’s not enough of it yet for me to really say what the plot-line actually is, but it caught my attention with the style.
How often do you pick up a book that looks interesting, but obviously takes itself so seriously that it’s painful? Sure, epic fantasy or gritty detective stories can pull “serious” off, but most other genres need a lighter touch. Most…
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The first installment of Flora Dennis and the Island of Two Eyes is out now, at Poets Cove! Here's an excerpt (just be forewarned, my "voice" for this story is shamelessly wordy): Uncle Petrie's house was decorated with the spoils of his many travels: feline statuettes from Egypt, a gold mask from Genghis Khan's … Continue reading Flora Dennis and the Island of Two Eyes
My friend Lisa has invited me to do some guest posts at her website, Poet's Cove! In addition to sharing some beautiful poetry, Lisa is working on a really suspenseful historical fiction set in Paris during the Holocaust, called A Journey Deep Down. You can check that out here. I'm enjoying it so far. 🙂 … Continue reading Come Visit Poet’s Cove
She asked me, "If you're a prude, how come you like Tamora Pierce?"
Why is E.L. James' bestselling garbage, according to Google, one of the most popular reads of 2014?
At full height, she barely reached Logan's shoulder, which meant she was still pretty short. Her dark hair flowed freely down to her waist. He could also see tiny letters stitched onto the breast pocket of her black jumpsuit. X-23, HYDRA. Logan had his answer now, and he didn't like it one bit.