Tweet Well, I did it. I made a New Year’s resolution. Actually, I didn’t think it up till the day after New Year’s Eve, but I’m still calling it a New Year’s resolution. I write fiction. I’m totally allowed to do that. I didn’t want to tell anyone about this resolution until I had a […]
Category Archives: Writing
Tweet Just posted two poems to the writing section. Fenris I wrote some time ago and remains one of my favorite fantasy poems. Red and Black dragged me out of bed this morning. Wrote the whole thing in my head before risking the cold.
TweetThere are a few definitions of a writer that I like. I think my two favorites are: A writer is someone who has written today. and… A writer is someone for whom writing is more difficult than for other people. Obviously I’m more of a second-statement writer as of late. But I don’t think getting […]
TweetHurray! Caught up with my work with Chris Wallace, wife and kids are in bed, school soccer season is over (I coached 7/8 graders to an undefeated season), so time to write! I’ll be working on The Seelie Wars, a trilogy my mother and I have a contract coming for. Working with her is both […]
TweetAs you can plainly see, my free writing plan is beginning swimmingly. Bah. Three days before I finally get another one going. I’m currently embroiled in mortal combat with a PokerXFactor video I’m trying to record. I’ve got video clips turning upside down when I convert them, a conversion program them pixelates them and another […]
TweetI’m a writer who doesn’t write. I mean I do write, but I don’t do it enough. It took me some time to figure out why this is, but I think I’ve got it figured out, and I think I may have a solution. Or the beginning of a solution. Or the beginning of an […]
TweetTook a trip with the family to Wisconsin Dells for their Spring Break, and as usual on these trips, Bets drove while I worked. On this occasion, I worked on the approximately 115th draft of an epic fantasy I’m working on, tentatively entitled “Duster.” And it’s nearly done. This time for sure! I filled in […]