Top 5 cures for writer’s block + story updates

Last month I talked about the different ways I usually deal with writers’ block. Now comes the sequel article I promised, looking at some of the weirdest/funniest/most unique cures that other writers use. First things first. Some updates on Million Eyes and the Million Eyes Short Stories. Also, I’m working on something new… Million Eyes […]

How I deal with writer’s block + “Million Eyes” updates

Wikipedia calls writer’s block a “condition” and an “affliction” and the Wiki gods are absolutely right. Writer’s block is an illness that only writers suffer from. To recover from an illness, you either need to ride it out or combat it with various treatments and remedies. It’s a perfectly curable illness, but some writers are […]

No rules please. We’re fiction writers.

So I came across an article in the Guardian recently called Elmore Leonard’s rules for writers and saw red. (Okay, a bit of an exaggeration given all the things currently happening in the world I could get angry about. Let’s say I saw carnation pink.) Anyway, I felt compelled to write an anarchic response for writers […]

How I plan a story + story updates

Greetings readers! Today I come bearing a handful of Million Eyes updates, and a bit of insight into how I plan and develop stories. Million Eyes  Work on the first novel in The Million Eyes Trilogy continues, and the end is nigh. I’m currently rewriting the very last chapter of the novel, and I’m in […]

Commercial fiction vs literary fiction + story updates

Good evening Earth. This week I’m talking about a popular conspiracy theory that President-elect Trump was assassinated by a coalition of Western governments before he could destroy Mexico’s economy, give guns to toddlers, and nuke the Middle East. Wait—what? There’s no such conspiracy theory, you say? President-elect Trump hasn’t been assassinated? Ah, okay. Sorry, must’ve […]