Master Class: Lesson 4

Lesson 4 was about voice. Every writer goes through the process of finding his own voice by failing to mimic his favorite famous authors. Eventually, the mistakes become your voice because those are the parts that can’t help… Read More

Master Class: Lesson 2

A workbook or journal is part of the Neil Gaiman Master Class I’m taking so I’ve decided to put mine here in the blog. Lesson 2 is about honesty in writing and how being honest can add a… Read More

Come on, seriously?

Whatever I said to get you to this link was just a joke and definitely not worth the trouble of actually making a page for it. Sorry. — The Management

I’m Back!

I’m a bit of a monomaniac when it comes to writing. When I go into writing mode, I go all the way in and don’t really have a mind to do anything else. Once the draft is done,… Read More

Bond

One of the few pieces of common knowledge that seems (to me, at least) to be 100% accurate is that your favorite Bond is the one you first saw in the theater. Generally, you arrive at the Bond… Read More

Notes

I like to think of myself as someone who doesn’t fetishize tools, but the truth is I can’t write without my special Microsoft ergonomic keyboard. I’m so dependent on it, in fact, that I buy multiple backups on… Read More

A Good List

It’s rare that I look over a list and agree with every entry save one (I would have given it to Slither over The Host). Check this out: The Horror Movie Academy Awards  

Problems With Po

I’ve tried not to speak my mind about Star Wars because I’m just a fan of the movies and have never immersed myself fully in the culture, but I am a veteran and I recognize a dangerous rogue… Read More

Escapism Is Not A Bad Word

As someone who suffers from bouts of deep depression and spent years on anti-depressants, I can testify to the healing power of distraction. I remember being in high school, suffering from the usual teen insecurity with a dark… Read More

The Five Scariest King Novels

That graphic is from a Twitter ad put out by Simon & Schuster. I can only figure that those are the five they sell because they definitely are not the five scariest King novels. Pet Sematary is scary… Read More