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Monthly Archives: February 2012
In light of recent posts, I started to really look at tone. As when it comes to writing. Of all the points of writing, I think tone has to be one of the hardest to master. How I may write something, … Continue reading
I’ve had a corgdial exchange with the author of Blood and Bullets James R. Tuck. He was very understanding that I may not have enjoyed the novel, but he took issue–and rightfully so–with my insinuation that he stole or plagiarized any work from another … Continue reading
On Friday I finished the book Blood and Bullets by James R. Tuck. I’d like start this review by mentioning that James is a local author for me. One of my writing group members, Matthew Quinn, is personally familiar with him. Before picking … Continue reading
Oh how we often forget our first children. See, for those that are fairly new, SLIP DRIVE is my second story I’ve put up on Amazon. This entire endeavor started with me uploading HIROKO’S TALE. It is a sweet love story … Continue reading
The more I deal with the KDP Select program the more I think it isn’t so great. Sure, it gives you tools to start promotions for your book. I’ve seen my short story SLIP DRIVE rise in the rankings on its … Continue reading