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WHAT I’VE LEARNED IN THE LAST TWENTY-THREE YEARS, PART 3

To finish up this little series of posts that began here, I’ll let the 2017 revision of my 1994 horror short story “Piece Music” speak for itself . . .   Piece Music It was a hectic music from a dark and cramped … Continue reading

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CROSS & MIX GENRES

Start with some simple advice: If you don’t read fantasy, don’t try to write fantasy, and if you don’t read science fiction, don’t try to write science fiction. And that extends out to mixing genres. If you don’t read romance, … Continue reading

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