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June, 2013

Jun 28

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Better Use Beta Readers

I heard back from my two awesome beta readers this week about The Gate. They both presented several solid edits and pointed out different parts of the story that needed tweaking. Read more →

Jun 24

2013

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“The Gate” Novelette Coming to Kindle Soon!

After years of outlining and coming at this story from different angles, with different voices, and different goals for the story, the novel is finally coming out in serialized fashion. Read more →

Jun 21

2013

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Patience is a Virtual Virtue

When I was young, I had no time for patience, the same as most children. Later, during my first year of college, I lost my five page writing assignment to the dreaded computer crash. Read more →

Jun 08

2013

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Subconscious Says What?

A technique has been working so well for me lately that I thought I’d share it with folks out there, and that is the use of the subconscious mind in writing. Read more →

Jun 06

2013

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Changing Happy to Glad

At work today, a man mentioned that he was done writing his book and that he might as well publish it to Amazon Kindle–that he had gotten it to a point where his changes were akin to changing “happy” to “glad.” Read more →

Jun 01

2013

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Sample from Running Club Short Story

Running Club

The people at work call me by my first name, but you can call me Runner.

I’m not the fastest there is, but I’ve come in second to the Norwegian three years in a row at our annual 5k race, and that means that I’m not the slowest there is either. Read more →