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FOUNDATIONS OF FICTION: TWISTING HISTORY

For me, one of the easiest ways to hook a reader into the story is to use a touch of truth in the mix. History is replete with story fodder and just begs to be used. That was the way … Continue reading

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One Book Down, One To Go…

It’s funny how the excitement of writing, then finishing, then rewriting a book tends (for me, at least) to be an on again/off again, then on again romance. I mean, getting the first manuscript of a new story done then … Continue reading

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But, Wait…There’s More!

In the three-and-a-half years since its release, I am still amazed at the reviews HILL OF GREAT DARKNESS continues to garnesh. Most end with the subtle (as well as not-so-subtle) question as to the release of the second and final … Continue reading

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Gateway to Chri-Fi

Nice to be getting back into the editing phase once again for SHADOW OF TUNGUSKA. I promise that this story ending for Hill of Great Darkness is going to leave you speechless! But, in case you haven’t read the first … Continue reading

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