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The Old Buzzard Had It Coming by Donis Casey

Let’s start with a slight tangent: I am terrible at moving. Not so much the act itself, but in planting new roots and keeping my habits seamless. 663 more words


Biotime 31: 'Extreme suffering justifies extreme measures'

Here is the thirty first droplet of my dystopic sci-fi novel Biotime.  If you’ve missed the rest, read the whole, awesome story so far… 1,794 more words


Graham Greene Quotes (No.5)

“Hate is an automatic response to fear, for fear humiliates.” – Graham Greene, The Human factor



Now that I’ve submitted the third draft of my second novel, I have once again found my mind meandering to novel number three.

The scene that follows flashed into my mind when I read… 547 more words

How Do I Write A Book?

If 1940’s columnist Red Smith can be believed, “…it’s easy, you sit down at a typewriter, open a vein, and bleed.” But you didn’t come here for sarcasm and innuendo, ok maybe you did, and I’ll probably give you loads, but I really do want to answer this question for you. 757 more words


Brand new interview - Detective Angelo Lamora of NYPD

I had the pleasure of chatting with Detective Angelo Lamora of NYPD yesterday. He stopped in to talk about the Gainsford Riot, and his experiences during those horrific few days. 38 more words


This Week's Tweeted Writing Prompts (March 16 - March 22)

Each day, we tweet fiction and poetry writing prompts to help writers loosen up and let loose. Get started with the prompts below! Follow us on twitter (@tatestreetorg) to be inspired daily, or subscribe to the blog to get a digest of the prompts every Sunday! 241 more words