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SUGGESTED READING FOR 2019

Christmas fell on a Tuesday this year, but that won’t stop me from my regular weekly post! To all my Christian friends, Merry Christmas, to all my non-Christian friends, have fun at the movies. But anyway, for a “holiday edition” … Continue reading

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RULES ABOUT WRITING RULES FOR WRITERS

Do I really have to write a post in response to “Jonathan Franzen’s 10 Rules for Novelists”? Does that need to be critiqued again? Am I required to jump all over him like a lot of the Internet has already … Continue reading

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WRITER’S DIGEST NOVEL WRITING CONFERENCE REPORT

Last week I promised a rundown of the conference I attended this past weekend and here it is! The conference was even better than I’d hoped it would be and I’ll reiterate my “thank you Tweets” to everyone who attended … Continue reading

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THE PERSISTENCE OF THE LOGICAL

Yesterday I took an extra long lunch break and finally got a chance to watch the movie Annihilation, which I have to admit (like most movies) I missed in theaters—and yes, I haven’t read the book, either. We can’t all read … Continue reading

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HOW TO GET MIDDLE CLASS SLOWLY BY WRITING FICTION

I don’t think I’ve ever done this, so how about a long-overdue post on the crass subject of coin? “Everybody thought I was crazy. A writer, you know—he’s just a sort of crackpot. My wife would get some of my … Continue reading

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SELECTIONS FROM THE HORROR WRITING INTENSIVE

This coming Thursday (January 25, 2018), my online course Horror Writing Intensive: Analyzing the Work of Genre Master Stephen King, via Writers Digest, starts up again and so I thought I’d give y’all a little sample of what that looks … Continue reading

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IS THIS EARTH?

I really try not to be one of “those guys”—or worse, one of “those editors.” You know the ones—the people who crawl up a writer’s butt over the most minute detail, challenging every supposed cliché without an open concept of … Continue reading

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