A short read about researching some taboo topics that makes you think about your own research methods as a writer. … Continue reading Fwd: Spotlight on Ava Marsh — Bibliophile Book Club
Jessica Wright is victim #7 in my morbid project I Will Kill You for $5. And she didn’t go down easy. I offered to write this story for her as payback for her boyfriend, Josef, recording my standup comedy gig last October. And thus began the longest, longest, longest short story I’ve ever written. Not even sure it qualifies anymore as such. Continue reading “Jessica Wright’s Double Vision (short story and opportunity)”
Several years ago, almost eight, I spent 2 days in my family’s cabin on the lake writing the next, great … Continue reading Looking back over my book Hardboil High: Freshman
I wanted to share some thoughts I learned about publishing over the past two years. What happened over the past two years, you ask? I was shopping our collaborative novel GUN around to publishers off and on in those years. It wasn’t an always on experience, and sometimes I felt bad about that. And sometimes I’d research a publisher, and then decide not to submit the manuscript to them, and feel bad that I hadn’t submitted, because each time the manuscript got rejected or didn’t get submitted it just drug the whole ordeal out more. Continue reading “Rejection can go both ways in publishing”
Enjoy editing or do not enjoy editing? #amediting — Nathan Weaver 🐼 (@babylontales) June 29, 2016 via WP for Windows … Continue reading
Ever since last Fall, I took on a couple of writing projects. The first was publishing the Josephine the Dragon stories by Taylor Christine on the blog. The second was writing the next installment in the I Will Kill You for $5 project.
But, alas, it felt like I had really fallen behind on the blog and writing in general. Life has been crazy, to my credit. However, as is the case a lot, I dump on myself a lot about writing.