Monthly Archives: April 2015

What Exactly Does Being A “Successful” Author Mean?

I love this post by Christina M. Abt. I feel exactly the same way about my Bobby Ether series. All writers should define for themselves what success means to them and not rely solely on the measures of fame and fortune. Never … Continue reading

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Character

Below is an interesting article about Creating Authentic Characters written by Sherman Smith. As with previous articles I’ve reposted in the past, I enjoyed the message and want to offer a few observations of my own a well. When it comes to … Continue reading

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Comments on Action Scenes

 I recently read an interesting article about Crafting Killer Action Scenes. Written by Francesca Pelaccia, the article is wonderful but long, with lots of examples to illustrate the author’s points. I might repost the article later, but in the meantime, I’ve decided to … Continue reading

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Creating a Feedback Loop

The following article is obviously an solicitation at its core, and yet I found the underlying message quite compelling and informative. In the year and a half since publishing my first book, I’ve discovered that marketing truly is everything when it comes … Continue reading

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