My ears turned deaf and I sat with a dumb expression as Detective Redding went on explaining himself. The rage was like a brooding storm, as I sneered at the back of his seat. Before I could speak, Luna’s hand … Continue reading 05.Dragons Before Ice Cream
Lot’s of kudos to the Author Paul G. Day for this excellent article. Continue reading TEN SELF PUBLISHING FACTS STANDING IN YOUR WAY
Through Max’s perspective the player realizes that no matter how quickly they play through the opening fifteen minutes–there is no way to save his wife or to stop the gun shot that silences an infant’s crying. And that’s the first fifteen minutes. Continue reading Reasons I write Noir #2: Max Payne’s American Dream
Post the link to the most useful article on writing you’ve found AND how/what the article helped you improve. My hope is the submitted links will serve as a library of useful information that is recommended by the writers who have been … Continue reading What Was The Most Helpful Fiction Writing Article That You Found ?
There were four walls, a mirror, and the table that we were sitting at. Detective Redding sat with his fingers just touching the edge of his coffee cup, staring at me–waiting. The smell of roasted coffee was losing to the … Continue reading 03.The Silent Knight
To celebrate, FINALLY, officially reaching the 100 pages/38,000 words mark, here’s the tentative short description of the first draft of the book. Long after the Earth was forgotten, there came the planet of Armstice. Just as Earth had been the first … Continue reading Pray for Armistice