Moon Knight got me thinking about characters with split personalities in fiction. Here are my favorite fractured minds, what makes them compelling, and a short reading list for science fiction/fantasy readers and viewers.
Copyedits in for The Alien Element
Yesterday afternoon, my editor got back in touch with copyedits for The Alien Element. Right on schedule! I hustled to get them all entered today. This is a simple but slow process where I take the changes back in to Scrivener, which I’ll use to produce the ebook version. It was after dinner, nearly 11pm […]
Bogged Down with Perspective
It’s Jan. 17th, so time to fess up. I’m at 87% complete on Tales of the Republic, which means I missed the Jan.15 deadline I set for myself. It’s two days past now and I still have about 11k words left to finish the book. Now, considering where I was a month ago, and how impossible that deadline […]
What It Means to Be Human
I believe people read to explore what it means to be human. Who doesn’t love to pick up a new book, and get whisked away on an unexpected adventure? To fall in love with journey, the people? They are beautiful and they are flawed. Just like you. It’s only natural to begin to empathize with their romance and their […]
4 Things I Learned in the Writing and Selling Short Stories Workshop
Meditations on the short stories workshop I just completed, plus 4 key takeaways.
Free Ebook: 7 Tools to Help You Write a Novel
A free ebook called 7 Tools to Help You Write a Novel is now available at The Write Practice. It covers several techniques and methods for planning a novel-sized story like character sketches, setting sketches, and an intro to plotting the Scrivener way.