As I was sprinting – pacifier in hand – from my work office to our daughter’s daycare class (yes, I know: my wife and I work at the same place … Continue reading The “B” Parent
I just wanted to share this review of my first draft for The Department for Mutated Persons. It’s 1984 meets X-Men! To read it for yourself, you can check on this blog … Continue reading Department for Mutated Persons – Reviews
Noah Zandan brings us an interesting video on the language of lying. This can be helpful not only to spot a liar, but – for writers – to create complex … Continue reading The language of lying
As a writer – especially for fiction – I sometimes wonder if an explanation of a person’s nonverbal cues will be universal to everyone. This fascinating Ted-Ed talk from Sophie … Continue reading Are there universal expressions of emotion?
Reedsy offers tools to get your book out in the wild, which is the endgame for most people writing a book, no? Here’s a quick, 5-minute video that will walk … Continue reading How to Make a Book for Free with Reedsy
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This is a continued journey into Hello and Good Day, a new way to discover love and change things. But to change things, we’re going to have to take a good hard look … Continue reading Gossip is Cancer
I’m hip-deep in the development of a trilogy, which is an undertaking itself. But combine with the fact that I have a problem finishing things and, well, you get it. … Continue reading I will finish this sen
Today was an ice-in. That means I live in Texas. If mother nature sneezes, we close up shop.
It’s 8:45pm, my daughter is asleep, and I’m staring at my laptop screen wondering if I can muster the courage to type some words into a scene. My current WIP … Continue reading Juggling Life’s Loves