Welcome to the Writer’s Apocalypse

Surviving the writer’s apocalypse. What do I mean when I say that? Mostly, it’s supposed to be a clever line that correlates to the fact that I write dystopian, horror, and fantasy fiction. It’s also supposed to correlate to the fact that not everyone that aspires to be a writer actually can be successful as a... Continue Reading →

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Rejecting being rejected

Rejection hurts. Unless you’re an emotionally devoid robot. If that’s the case, then we have other issues to discuss. Since birth, we’ve been programmed that the word ‘no’ has negative connotations. It even has a blunt sound to it compared to its alternative word ‘yes.’ Admit it, you just said those two words. I know... Continue Reading →

Finding the time to write

A few weeks ago I officially disconnected my internet service. There were a number of reasons that went into that decision, but the chief among them was that I was spending extremely too much time playing video games, binging on YouTube and Netflix, and endlessly scrolling through the Facebook timelines. Self exiling myself from the... Continue Reading →

Stephen King’s “The Outsider”

  As a friend told me when I was trying to explain to her my fascination with this novel, she told me I was biased. And I guess I am biased because I’ve been reading Stephen King since I’ve been in the sixth grade starting with IT and then Gerald’s Game. In retrospect, I really... Continue Reading →

40 Days till D-Day

A marriage is like a tree branch. A healthy branch can be bent by extreme forces without breaking. A dying tree breaks with the simplest touch. Jon mulled this over as he drove home to work. He'd like to think that it was an original thought, but he knew he'd heard it in a movie... Continue Reading →

The 2018 Cocky Kerfuffle

  I was a bit dumbfounded when I stumbled into Facebook drama earlier this week. It was from a fellow indie author who was talking about something with the hashtag #cockygate. Curious, I inquired about it and was shocked to find out that an indie Romance author by the name of Faleena Hopkins trademarked the... Continue Reading →

Gunslinger Girl by Lyndsay Ely

This is the debut novel for author Lyndsay Ely, but when you read it there isn’t an indication of that fact. Except when you read the author bio of course. It’s so expertly written and edited that you would have thought it was Ely’s fourth or fifth novel. If this is the level of talent... Continue Reading →

James Crawford

For my inaugural Interview with an Author, I get the opportunity to interview horror and supernatural author James Crawford. Crawford is the author of the Blood Soaked series, Manleigh Cheese, and other works. “I’ve written zombie-style horror, supernatural horror, and am currently moving into supernatural action and fantasy,” Crawford said. Stephen King once stated that... Continue Reading →

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