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
This is a fictional work and a free writing exercise. The Prompt used: Streetlight Manifesto– “A moment of Silence” I remembered the words the way I remember every bad thing I had ever done. By their result. A song playing somewhere in the past, … Continue reading Freewrite #2: Towards The Last Chance
Lot’s of kudos to the Author Paul G. Day for this excellent article. Continue reading TEN SELF PUBLISHING FACTS STANDING IN YOUR WAY
This is a fictional work and a free writing exercise. The worst part of an addiction is the goodbye. That forlorn feeling of nostalgia that comes when the danger disappears, and the safety that makes you hope you’ll meet again. Truths, lies and the normal rules … Continue reading Freewrite #1: Addiction to Safety
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
It’s been a hell of a day. Physics homework, Calculus homework followed by finishing the outline for the fourth part (not to mention the midpoint) of the Sonata Knights Series. Which makes today’s Blogging 101’s assignment “Create a New Posting Feature”, really funny. The Sonata … Continue reading New Features: The Sonata Knights Series, “Why read in Silence” Playlist, Helpful Writing Articles
Thank you Atul for nominating for the Versatile Blogger Award. This blog has been an outlet for my long time interest in storytelling, publishing, and writing in general, and it is the support of bloggers such as yourself that makes … Continue reading The Versatile Blogger Nomination
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 ?