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Editing Progress (part two)

This week I seriously thought the editing of The Broken Life was going well.

I was systematically running each chapter through the Hemingway app, the brilliant editing tool that makes editing almost a delight to do. 408 more words

Life As An Author

So, something exciting happened on 19/10/12 :D.

So, from the title I am sure you can get the gist that a couple days ago something exciting happened. Well to me, something BIG happened. 575 more words


Beta! Beta! Beta!

Ha ha… made you say “wut”?

I’m such a weirdo.

Okay, here’s the deal.  I am looking for Beta Readers.  I have a few confirmed, but I would like a small, comfortable herd of interested parties who would be willing to read and fill out a questionnaire (plus whatever other criticism they may have) on my latest edit of Reimarsoga.   311 more words


Lightroom Express – Powerful Photo Editing on the Go

What is the Lightroom Express? For starters, Adobe Lightroom is the go-to digital photo editor that offers powerful processing with a sleek interface, it’s a great partner to Adobe Read more


Finding the right “personality” for your photos is up to your client. Figure out how to best suit the look they are trying to get before the shoot, and then do your homework! 35 more words

Your Novel Check-Up (Part 2)

Welcome back to the novel doctor’s office! This week we’re taking a look at storytelling and the three act structure. While there are exceptions to every rule, following the three act structure can ensure your novel has a strong story arc and a satisfying ending. 673 more words


For SF&F Writers: Building Believable Worlds Pt. 1, Language

A big part of any good speculative fiction story is building a believable world. A bit ironic, considering that the genres of science fiction and fantasy are built around the willing suspension of disbelief, but there it is. 550 more words