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October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge Week 3 #igwritersoct

This is week three of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. This challenge has been fun and we are in the last days as week four begins today. I am looking forward to the challenge for November and NaNoWriMo. I will be posting my NaNo Instagram Photo Challenge at the end of this week so [...]

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October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge Week 2 #igwritersoct

This is week two of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. So far I've enjoyed the challenge. I have missed 2 days (oopsie),but I did get to see my son and his family who traveled all the way from California and I also joined my local United Methodist Church. Those kinds of things are important [...]

October: Writers on Instagram Photo Challenge #igwritersoct

This is week one of the #igwritersoct photo challenge on Instagram. I love photo challenges! This is a new discovery for me too. I like having a plan for the month when it comes to social media. So I plan to do one for each month of the last quarter of 2017. Instagram Writers October [...]

Get your own Dangerous Client…Fedoras Required

My new short story is available on Amazon for $0.99. Dangerous Client Private investigator Mack Stevens is embroiled in the job of a lifetime. Mack's sugar daddy client is pushing him deeper and deeper into the abyss of crimes committed around the globe. Only now those crimes have landed on Mack's Chicago doorstep. Follow Mack [...]

#NaNoWriMo2016 Back to Chevron Station!

This year I'm returning to a place I love, Chevron Station. For those of you who haven't heard of the station, it is one of my completed NaNoWriMo novels. I am ready to get back to the space station and write more of the story. I have hoped to make the book into a series [...]

31 Days of October Interview with Shae Hamrick and a Giveaway!

I am excited to announce a new anthology: 31 Days of October: A Haunting Collection of Hallowe'en Tales. This book is filled with 33 short stories by 23 writers each with suspense and that feeling of relaxing by a crackling fire telling ghost stories. Below is an interview with one of my co-writers and organizer, Shae [...]

My New Year Starts Now

I tend to look at my writing goals by quarters. Also I look at the writing year kind of like a fiscal year in business. My year starts in October, for NaNoWriMo preparation. November is, of course, writing full out tilting at windmills ala Quixote style. December is for editing and evaluations of the newly produced story. [...]

Goal Setting–What Is Your Linchpin?

Sometimes I get my best blogging post ideas when reading or making comments on other people's blogs. Today's post is like that, here is the link to the Verve House Collective that inspired me.   It has taken me awhile to get to the place where I know what I want out of life. I started journaling [...]

My Process…Superheroes and NaNoWriMo #amwriting

So... I have been working on a superhero story for about 20 days now.  I would love to say it is going well and I should be done soon. However, that would be a lie...a big fat superpowered lie! This story is going nowhere and I'm on a deadline! What is a writer to do? Some [...]

Chat with Kevin Broden – Revenge Of The Masked Ghost

Seeking a career in comic books, Kevin Paul Shaw Broden took art courses throughout his educations only to eventually discover that no matter the media he was a storyteller. Kevin has been telling stories ever since. His first published story was a science fiction tale that appeared in his college newspaper. Since then he has [...]