How many books do you write at once?

I've seen a lot of my friends (and idols) on Twitter lately, writing about how they write. Their process, their methods. I love reading about it, to see how people do stuff differently. I try not to get to caught up in it all, I know I have my own way, but it's difficult to … Continue reading How many books do you write at once?

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Writing Prompt #2

, "Honey, look, it's on the news again. Hun? Listen, it's going to be fine. Let's see what they say?" I put my arm around her, turning up the volume on the TV. It's been four weeks since The Noise stopped, four weeks, one day, and six hours. The global phenomenon which seemed at first … Continue reading Writing Prompt #2

It’s Like Music

Writing with words is a lot like writing music. Anyone who’s ever written anything musical will understand what I mean, and the rest of you… well too bad. When you write music, (for anyone who’s confused, I’m not talking about lyrics, I’m talking about writing/creating/making harmonies, melodies, rhythm etc.) – when you write music, it … Continue reading It’s Like Music

Book Review: The Conspiracy of Silence by Augustine Sam

Plot in short: Woman is murdered. Man accused. Turns out woman didn't exist at all. The longer version:  Susan Whitaker, wife of the Californian Governor, is found dead in a car in a park. Celebrity Benjamin Carlton is accused for the murder and put on trial. Rita, his girlfriend sets out to defend her pressumed … Continue reading Book Review: The Conspiracy of Silence by Augustine Sam

Book Review: Secrets of the Egoles’ Nest by Daniel B. Royer

Finally a new post and a new book review! Sorry about the long wait (if there are anyone out there who's waiting for this?), but Christmas and New Year's and all that mush just takes you away from everything. I always think I'm going to get time off, time to relax, sit down and read … Continue reading Book Review: Secrets of the Egoles’ Nest by Daniel B. Royer