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When It Deserves The Grave

He visited the ghost town of Buckhorn, Iowa with a very specific purpose. It was mid-December and the ground should have been frozen, but he was master of this universe and had absolute control over all the physical rules. 206 more words

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Heavy Rain Review: Possibly the Worst of the Narrative-Driven Games

Heavy Rain. It’s a game with which I’m all too familiar. Having earned the platinum trophy for it, I know the ins and outs of every scene, every line of dialogue, and every variance thereof. 3,455 more words


Instructively Bad Writing - Part 1

Amazon is a filled with authors who lost patience with the process and self-published too early.  They are not necessarily bad writers, nor did they necessarily write bad books.  1,392 more words


TITS awful erotica

This is a short scene I wrote for a group swap on swap-bot as part of the group Totally Inappropriate Trashy Swaps. The theme for the swap  is Awful Erotica… hope you (don’t) like it! 456 more words

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NaNoWriMo Recap

Hey, this is my 100th post. How about that?

So… NaNoWriMo is over. Congratulations to everyone who participated. It was not my best showing, but it was also not my worst. 348 more words

Bad Writing

How to use sparks of inspiration

“It doesn’t matter if something is hard or easy. It should matter if it’s possible and important. If it’s both of those things, then it must be done.”

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Breaking Bad and ricin: How to use items effectively and avoid Chekhov’s Gun

This is a very difficult post for me to write because I’m not sure of the technical terms I’m using. The best term to use is “item,” and it refers to anything that a character physically uses that has great significance, either for the plot or symbolic significance. 1,172 more words