Category Archives: Writing

West of Hell

It’s been a while since I posted, and with good reason! I’ve been heads down working on my next novel, a story that combines my love of the classic westerns with fantasy of the wildest sort. I’m hoping that one day, you’ll get a chance to journey with me… West of Hell Charles Gramson expected …

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Stomp vs. Romp

Today I’m over at rabid reads, participating in their “Stomp vs. Romp” contest. You can bet I came firmly down on the side of team stomp, as I tend to believe there’s nothing a good explosion won’t solve.   There’s a give away as well!

Why Fairy Tales Still Appeal To Us

Today I’m over at Sharon Johnston’s, talking about why fairy tales still appeal to us…

Today I’m over at Brenda Drake’s blog, talking contests

You can find me over at Brenda Drake’s blog, talking about contests and how important a community is in getting from pitch to release.

Happy NaNoWriMo

This November, many novelists will band together in a challenge where they attempt to write 50,000 words in one month.  Insanity?  No. There’s a method to the madness. If you’ve never actually written a book, stacking up 100,000 words seems like a near impossible task.  For that matter, there are still days when writing 250 …

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On Writing Software

I’ve always been the type to open Notepad, or Word and just start writing…until a few days ago.  My friends raved to me about Scrivener, and it turned out, there was a windows version as well.  So I downloaded it, installed it, and spent a few hours clicking through the tutorial. And following that, I …

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