An object is easy to classify until it has intent. I thought evil was a human invention. I was wrong. A scientist’s moral foundations are brought to question as he studies the effects of a seemingly supernatural radio. Its signals seem to affect living beings, manipulate them, and drive them to commit unspeakable acts. HeContinue reading “The Radio”
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Before he was this hateful stalking creature, Jim was my legend. My local monster.
Website Under Construction
Hello, It’s been a while. I haven’t written a blog for the better part of a year, but it’s for a good reason. I’ve been working on content. I have the first novel for two different series completed, one horror series and one urban fantasy, and I’m working on books two and three of theContinue reading “Website Under Construction”
Writing Partner: Plans for a New Year
Planning a full year of work might seem like a bit of a fool’s errand. After all, something is bound to happen which will blow up my plans. We live in what feels like a truly destabilized time, and last year was one of my worst in recent memory. But with all that in mind, the only thing we have control over is ourselves. I really want this year to be better, and for me, feeling better has always involved storytelling.
Finished my Second Draft
It’s done. The second draft of The Birch Island Chronicles has been completed.
Writing Partner: A Tunneling Terror
I’ve had to dig deep and stay on task to accomplish this goal. Long shifts in the old editing mines are harsh, though. It’s dangerous down there in the dark. So it’s best to go in with a partner.
Writing Partner: A Fiery Element
I’m still working on my second draft. I’ve nearly finished the basic grammar and typo editing and will soon be moving on to passive language, description, and the topic of this blog – dialogue.
Writing Partner: Catching up With Cthulhu
As you know I closed up my NanoWriMo challenge on day 13 but I’ve been picking at my novel actively since then. My new book, The Birch Island Chronicles, is at that awkward stage now where it’s got all its structure but it probably isn’t worth reading. I need to get it to readable so I can get some feedback on it.
NaNoWriMo Journal – Day 13: First Draft Complete, I Won My Challenge
Current Word Count: 50565
NaNoWriMo Journal – Day 12: Just One More Day
Current Word Count: 46847