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The books are packed, the shelves stand empty and a bad law has just been passed

Life interrupts your flow every so often. Last week we found out that we needed to move to a new flat. That means scrubbing, dusting, scrubbing and boxing up our possessions. 278 more words


So I'm Writing a Novel...

Over the past 4 years or so I’ve been writing a variety of different novels, most of which never got past the plotting stage–none of which I’ve ever finished. 675 more words



One speculative column on what the Rangers might receive for Rick Nash if they traded him, has led to a windfall of baseless rumors, culminating in… 992 more words


How To Write A Killer Hook

I was having a conversation about creating a killer hook with my writing coach and friend, critically acclaimed author Larry Brooks, and it got me thinking about how others could benefit from his advice. 1,374 more words


Kings Grow Tired of Sutter

by Doud

NY Post: 

Slap Shots has been told by two sources that the Kings locked the door to their locker room following a defeat on the road within the last two weeks so that Sutter could not get in and deliver what the players apparently expected to be another in a series of lectures/tirades. 245 more words

Interview with Bestselling Author Larry Brooks!

It’s no secret that today’s guest is my favorite author. In my opinion, he’s written two of the best craft books ever written — Story Engineering and Story Physics.  2,644 more words


The Power of Storytelling

As I mentioned in an earlier post I am reading The Seventh Thunder by Larry Brooks. I don’t normally discuss the books I read because I’ve geared this blog more toward crime related topics and not book reviews. 1,605 more words

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