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The Dump

POST CARDS FROM THE MUSE

The Dump 

By Nandy Ekle

“The most important things to remember about back story are that (a) everyone has a history and (b) most of it isn’t very interesting.” 301 more words

Writing

Guest Post by Jay Wilburn

Write Everything if You Want to be Long Winded

 by Jay Wilburn

I appreciate the opportunity to muck up Besser’s blog. As I write this I am currently involved in the Winter of Zombie blog tour. 582 more words

Author Interveiws

Writing Tips: Where to Start with Writing Fiction

You want to write more? Well get off this fucking blog and start writing ya shithead.

Okay I guess that needs more context. 1,957 more words

AllegedlyStraight

The Best Books of 2014

Lauren Beukes’s fourth novel, BROKEN MONSTERS, about a possessed serial killer with a penchant for human taxidermy and an unquenchable thirst for attention, seamlessly fuses the unbridled ingenuity of Stephen King with the master craftsmanship of Michael Connelly’s police procedurals. 1,512 more words

Reviews

Nanowrimo Spotlight: Kristin James

Hey everybody! I’m in a bit of a hurry to make it to a write-in tonight, so it’s a good thing I’ve got this really terse spotlight to share with you! 202 more words

Nanowrimo

Holding Forth: Writing Edition

With the end of NaNoWriMo coming up over the weekend, I thought it would be a great time to distract people by revealing my writing secrets… 969 more words

Ink

Revival by Stephen King (Review)

In Stephen King’s latest novel “Revival” we meet the narrator Jamie Morton telling the story from childhood to later on in life. 

As a young boy he meets Charles Jacobs, the new minister in town and becomes instantly fascinated by this man and the rest of his family. 434 more words