The idea for this one came out of a conversation I had last weekend with a friend who asked what I wanted in a minion. Yes, I love my friends. If you know of any minions looking for work, please direct them my way. I promise I’ll be nice to them as long as they … Continue reading Friday Flash Fiction: The Agency
I thought I was stuck for #FridayFlash this week, but then I remembered this Southern Gothic tale I’d written for a writing group a few years ago. It’s funny how experience changes your writing, especially over the span of years. That might make a good blog post at some point, so I’ll just say now … Continue reading Friday Flash Fiction: We Love Yankees
Vampires are interesting because they’re conflicted, and I’ve gotten tired of the whiny ones. They’re not my usual thing, but I guess every spec fic writer has to do a vampire story at one point, so I consider this to be my “getting them out of my system” tale. Comments welcome, as always! For more … Continue reading Friday Flash Fiction: A Balance of Souls
It’s hard to write, finish, and revise a book, and it takes courage and money to get it out there if the author wants to take the self-published route. Readers who are interested in self-published books but who don’t want to waste their time on low-quality ones need a place to go for reviews. My … Continue reading Book Review: The Golden Cockerel by Kenneth G. Allen, Jr.
I’m so excited! My first guest post is up at the Peevish Penman — Articles about Writing blog. The stages of grief aren’t just for death and dying anymore (but it really is a lighthearted article). Thanks for the invite, Carrie! This brings me to another topic. I’d love to get a list of favorite … Continue reading My first guest post! and Call for blog links