Tag Archives: writing process

Older, Wiser, Writing

When I was in my 20s I was really set on being a writing after completing my first novel length manuscript. It was quite an accomplishment and I felt wonderful about it. I was convinced that writing was absolutely for … Continue reading

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Cloaks

When I was editing Sureshot the Assassin for the final time before hitting the publish button, I had a friend of mine read through and do some editing. He’s a prolific reader of fantasy so I value his opinion greatly. … Continue reading

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So Much to Write

So much to write so little time! As summer trudges on and the inferno of Fresno heat burns my flesh and scorches my feet, I continue to forge my “writer” self into a truly respectable being. It is rewarding and … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflections on Voice

Just taking a moment to reflect on voice. Voice is a super important aspect of writing and what makes an author unique. I definitely have favorite authors and their voices are part of why I love them. Meanwhile, there are … Continue reading

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Indie Writing Thoughts

Really my venture into indie writing began this year when I published The Sureshot Rises. So far I have no regrets. I am enjoying the adventure and trying to develop as a writer. This summer I have an opportunity to … Continue reading

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Ogre

I was working on a novella to accompany my Sureshot books. After some thought about what to do I decided a man versus beast story was best. Then the only question was what beast? I totally want to do some … Continue reading

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Excerpt: The Sureshot

This is a little excerpt from a little piece I’m working on. Get Sureshot Rises today! Griss, family fleeing as fast as they can towards safety, sat in the homestead he built with his own hands. He was stoically drinking … Continue reading

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