Category Archives: Writing

Motivation for Writing

Honestly, with the publication world changing daily, it’s hard to stay motivated about writing. Where should an author submit his manuscript? Should I just write what’s in my head and hope it fits some publisher’s guidelines? Or should I write … Continue reading

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Writing to the masses or for yourself

The most widely read genre is romance, but with traditional romance there are rules… The primary rule is there must be a happy ending with the hero and heroine alive and together at the end of the story. Seems an … Continue reading

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WIP

I’m working on the follow up story to Across A Crowded Room. I’d like to give Cade a crack at uncovering the where abouts of the master mind behind the car bombing.

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Writing vs Revisions

Every author I speak to usually prefers the process of creation–the development of the characters, describing their goal and motivation, the unraveling of the plot, throwing in conflict to force the characters to grow and evolve into the heroes or … Continue reading

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