Tell me if this sounds familiar: You have never written a novel. You have started numerous projects, made some decent progress into them—around 10-15k words, maybe—but then…you fizzle out. Every time. Once you make it past the part of your story planned out in your head, beyond whatever nugget of narrative you were able to… Continue reading From Pantser to Planner: The Evolution of A Writing Process
I am proud to announce that as of yesterday morning, the Birthright Kickstarter campaign is live and online. And it is going great! In under 24 hours, we have already raised right at 15% of the total goal for Birthright. 15%! That’s crazy talk! I’m so excited about this I can’t even put it into words.… Continue reading “Birthright” Kickstarter is Live!
“Let me tell you about the weirdest dream I ever had… This was a few years ago, When I’d only been Animal Man for a little while . . . I met my maker, literally. He was this skinny intense, Scottish guy who claimed I was just a character that he wrote in a comic… Continue reading He’s an Animal, Man
Comic books have appeared in popular cultures since the early thirties and, now more than ever, it seems the increase in popularity of both comics and sci-fi literature is incredible. With an ever increasing economic and global market, and indeed, demand for these products, the rise in the types of literature available is phenomenal. What… Continue reading [Guest Post] The Ultimate Guide to the Origins of Cyberpunk Derivatives
I was lucky enough to have a book review of Myke Cole’s debut novel Shadow Ops: Control Point published on BuzzyMag.com (the same fine folks who bought my short story “Working Retail” a while back). The review is online at their site now, and I would appreciate it greatly if you’d head over there and check… Continue reading Book Review – “Shadow Ops: Control Point” by Myke Cole