Monthly archives: March, 2019

Good Intentions

Guys. I have a semi-coherent post sitting on my hard drive, full of semi-helpful tips on gauging pacing in a story. You aren’t getting that post though. Instead, today’s post is brought to you by the rampant inequality in publishing. Specifically, a dumpster fire that came after yearly nominations for published works in one of …

Break at your own Peril

One of the oldest “Rules” of writing out there is: “Write what you know.” Naturally, once you get into genre fiction, this doesn’t hold water under any kind of close inspection. If we all stuck with writing about what we knew, stories featuring faster than light travel, Dragons, magic, and galaxies far, far away simply …