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Jan 17

2015

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How to Plot Your Book or Novel So That You Actually Finish It-Part 3: Endings

This is the third installment in my How to Plot Your Book So That You Actually Finish It series. This post talks about how to plot endings.  Read more →

Jul 27

2014

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How to Plot Your Book or Novel So That You Actually Finish It – Part 1: Ideas

I am not a famous author. You may never have heard of me or any of my books. But this series of posts isn’t about becoming a successful author.  Read more →

May 06

2014

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Under Vegas Extras

Writing Whittier wasn’t exactly easy, but the setting was already done and waiting for me in the real world. If you’ve ever been to Whittier, Alaska, you know what I mean. Check out the Whittier page on this site if you want to read more about it, but suffice to say, the strange little Alaskan town was a hard act to follow. Read more →

Jan 22

2014

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The Scoop on The Conservation of Magic

If you want to read the official copy associated with this book, go to Amazon and see what people are saying about “The Conservation of Magic!”

But here in this post, I want give you some insight that you won’t find in the little blurb on Amazon. Read more →

Nov 21

2013

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Behind the Scenes of the Whittier Novella

Whittier started as a silly conversation Read more →

Sep 24

2013

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Working on Whittier Horror Novel

Hi Everyone!

I know that being busy is no excuse to not write in one’s blog, but that’s the only excuse I have. Read more →

Jun 28

2013

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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 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 →