Free to the First 50
The Man in the Bowler Hat is free to the first fifty people.
Switching it Up
Unfortunately, I’ve ground to a halt on Sol. The last few chapters I’ve written have been just plain awful. I will pick it up again, but I’m shelving it for a while. After this bit of epic flame out that has been my ongoing web fiction, I’ve decided to only put out finished (or as finished as anything can really be) stories or novels into the public.
Why I Write Science Fiction During My Commute
Cross posted from LinkedIn | I personally can’t live without something other than work. Without something that is wholly mine.
On the Train: Gaya Eats Here
It smells a little. All right, it smells a lot. Cold, day-old Chinese food has that quality about it at 7:30 in the morning.
The Millions : Maybe It Was Worth It: The Millions Interviews Alexander Chee
“You write to describe something you learn from your life but that is not described by describing your life.” Source: The Millions : Maybe It Was Worth It: The Millions Interviews Alexander Chee
On the Train: Perfect
I don’t know if you remember, little brother. Obviously, you’re dead, so remembering things isn’t in your wheel house, but if you weren’t dead, you’d recall.
Dickens’ Outlines | William Landay
Source: Dickens’ Outlines | William Landay Doing some research for a piece I’m writing on LinkedIn. Came across this about Dicken’s writing methodology and how he self-published.