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New way of reading

by on March 01, 2017

People can now read and download my books all for a pound! Visit my site to find out more: ... more

Commas, commas, commas, and more commas

by on February 23, 2017

Well, you were warned. It’s now time to delve into commas. This little turd of punctuation is probably the most misinterpreted thing in the universe. The reason behind the misinterpretation is th ... more

Conjunctions and prepositions are our misunderstood friends

by on February 19, 2017

The previous posts, though regarding the art of editing, were geared towards giving you an idea of how storytelling works. This post will discuss a technical aspect of writing; proper sentence structu ... more

If I Were You

by on February 18, 2017

Introducing the cheater and the cheated: Celine is heartbroken, her perfect too-good-to-be-true boyfriend has actually turned out...well...literally too good to be true. So she swears off men for l ... more

Just A Number Sample

by on February 17, 2017

Just A Number: On the morning of Valentine's Day, thirty-six year old divorcee Martin Lewis receives a letter, suddenly, his mind is transported back to the past and memories emerge that he would ... more

Rap up

by on February 16, 2017

It has been over a year since I published my juvenile novel Bess's Magical Garden. At first there were a few sales on Amazon and with Friesen Press but it has now died off. I started selling them at t ... more

How to write a Shakespeare Essay

by on February 16, 2017

The Shakespeare Challenge William Shakespeare is apparently the best, most pervasively considered creator ever, providing the fundamental writing for English classrooms the world over. Shakespeare ... more

What is a prologue and do I need one

by on February 15, 2017

In the last post, we learned a bit about info dumps and how to avoid or correct them, but we also learned about prologues, a way to set up the story. Is such a thing always necessary? A prologue is an ... more

Mythos now available!

by on February 14, 2017

I am so pleased to announce that Mythos, the first installment in The Mer Chronicles, is now available via Amazon and Barnes and Noble among other sites. Beyond Legend, the second book in the series, ... more

New Novel!

by on December 29, 2015

Hello Readers! I'm happy to announce that my new novel is now available! I've been working on it (on and off) for a few years now, and spent the last several months editing, revising, and formattin ... more

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