Guest Post: Worldbuilding

Please welcome an up-and-coming writer, Logan Kearsley. We connected through LTUE and I was happy to get a post from him on the way he creates worlds. It's always interesting to get a glimpse into someone's creative processes. Thanks, Logan! Worldbuilding can start from a lot of different places. Consider, for example, how people communicate... Continue Reading →

Taffy was a Welshman

Recently I read a novel written in the early nineties and experienced a mild shock when one of the characters told another that he had made a Xerox of an important document. Way back then… hardly anybody had a scanner, and Xerox was a household word. But it’s been a long, long time since I... Continue Reading →

A modest proposal

I've been under the weather again and devoid of great thoughts about writing other than yeah, sure would be nice to sit up and do some. So in lieu of exciting new stuff, I'm going to repeat a recent proposal from my personal blog. Hey, it's about language. Writers use language. It's relevant. Recently I... Continue Reading →

Writing a Love Story

What is love? Since I can't possibly answer that simple question fully in the constraints of the post, I'll satisfy myself with keeping it short: Love is wanting only the best for the one that is loved with no expectation of anything in return. Not enough? No, it really isn't, is it. Let me try... Continue Reading →

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