I almost gave up over the last two weeks. I almost went back to the beginning and started over. My company shuts down for the holiday and my family took precedence over all the things […]
The suit made me powerful in ways I only dreamed of as a boy, hell, in ways I dreamed of as a man. But I was still just a man, and a broken one at that.
I wondered if the Solar System looked and felt the same, now that it had returned to its original lifeless state.
I’ve been a bit silent as of late and it’s not because I forgot about you wonderful people. Well, all right, I did neglect you a bit and it was intentional.
Don’t condescend to your readers. Source: George Saunders Explains How to Tell a Good Story – The Atlantic
It varies. Some novels begin with a scrap of language – for instance, “This is true,” the first sentence of “How to Tell a True War Story.” When I wrote that, I knew nothing at all […]
I’ve started a few things. I even have some promising stories I really want to tell, but writing hasn’t come as easily this month. And to be honest, adding daily writing to the pantheon of […]
I had originally intended to publish Chapter 3: A Dark Core of Sol tomorrow. I’ve actually edited and rewritten Chapter 3, but last night during a discussion with my editor, also called my wife, we […]
Originally posted on Sublime Curiosity:
I like reading. I like writing. When you’ve been writing for a while, you start to get really obsessed with word counts. Anybody you talk to about publishing something you’ve…
Instead of Home: Sol, the new title will simply be Sol.