Going Too Far

Going Too Far

Here’s part three of the story I started in The Light in the Bathroom Doesn’t Always Blink and continued in Ghostly Jams. . . . I feel like a teenager again. Since we figured out the trick with the radio, I’ve been spending a lot of time in the laundry room. I perch atop the …

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Make Line Editing Easy – A Helpful Guide for Indies

Make Line Editing Easy – A Helpful Guide for Indies

The top piece of feedback I note in reviews of self-published fiction is lack of proper editing. We’re talking about line edits here; basic spelling, grammar and structure. This tends to be the first thing most readers notice, because it breaks up the flow and makes the story difficult to read. A high number of …

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A Behind the Scenes Look at The Light of Eternity – Available Now!

A Behind the Scenes Look at The Light of Eternity – Available Now!

To celebrate the release of The Light of Eternity to paperback, I spent some time Monday looking back at the initial creation process. I covered such topics as the original idea, the covers and the music I listen to while I’m working. Today I want to take a look at the planning stages and the …

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Ghostly Jams

Ghostly Jams

I’ve done serial stories on my blog before, but I always feel like I spread them out too much. I really enjoyed writing this series in quick succession so I think I’m going to do more projects like this in the future. Without further adieu, here’s the second installment of The Light in the Bathroom …

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Quarantine

Quarantine

Several months ago, the characters in my RPG group undertook a mission that involved exposure to a dangerous black goo. They were unfamiliar with it, at the time, and weren’t aware of the full extent of its effects, but it did force them to cut a huge hole in one of their ships that they …

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