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Revisions, Why They are Great and Awful all at Once

If you follow my Instagram, you know that I’m in the process of revising the first book of my White Library Series. It’s already gotten it’s first literary agent rejection! 971 more words


I've Got a Manuscript. Now What?

After weeks or months, maybe even years, your completed passion project sits before you, loveless black letters arranged neatly on the white background of your word processor (unless you have one of those fancy writing apps with the bamboo-shoot backgrounds and ocean waves, for whatever reason). 647 more words


The Handmaid’s Tale

With tons of broadcast, web, and set-top outlets for dramatic television, there’s a greater opportunity than ever for American audiences to be exposed to excellent productions produced outside of Hollywood or New York. 1,539 more words



I’m over halfway through the current round of revision of The Book of the Dead, which has been going swimmingly. Until yesterday. I was in the middle of one of my favorite scenes, about to re-introduce a character, when…bam, all of the sudden I can see an arc for him that I have never contemplated. 116 more words

A Whiff of Distraction

You probably already know that the sense of smell is the sense most closely tied to memory. You catch a whiff of something that smells like it might have been the perfume your grandmother used to not so much dab as douse herself in, and all of a sudden you’re five years old again, playing trains in the basement while she watches  567 more words


New Perspective to Travel

I thought this photo was quite cool so I wanted to share it. I took it in my recent Brighton trip because I have been trying to test some new perspectives while taking photos. 66 more words


Upcoming releases 

Well, I am on a ball. So I have been considering what I should do with “Death of Neverland ” and the other Novella “Madness & Truth” that I nearly have done. 142 more words