Month: June 2015

Breadcrumbs (to Find Your Way)

I guess it wouldn’t be wrong to consider writer/illustrators as a horse of a different color. I don’t know if anyone out there has compiled statistics, but I bet they’d be interesting. They might even prove me wrong!… Read More

The Morass: Letting Go

As I venture into my second R&R, I have one less weapon in my depository. Which is good because this weapon injured no one but myself. I was (well, I’ll always be, because creators always are) way, way, phenomenally way too… Read More

The Morass: The Last Five Years

Stage One: Write a Manuscript 2010 marks the official year I decided to begin writing THE SPECTACULAR. Before I could do that, I knew I needed an arsenal full of knowledge. You can’t do historical, even historical fantasy, without… Read More

The Morass

This is actually a post about editing. It will all make sense later. There are certain segments of the population for whom word count is not a caution but a challenge. I am one of those people. 90k… Read More

Inconclusive

Here we go again, trying to use a lot of words in a row to update the internet about what I am doing, what I should be doing, and what I am probably not doing. Will I post… Read More