Top Ten Writing Inspirations of 2015 – Part 3

This past year has been one of ups, downs, and in-betweens. I lost two people close to me, but published my first novel and submitted several potential works for possible future publication.  Throughout this series of events it was often tough to dig out some writing...
Top Ten Writing Inspirations of 2015 – Part 2

Top Ten Writing Inspirations of 2015 – Part 2

Yesterday I ran down the roller coaster that was 2015 and gave some insight into writing inspirations and motivations that I drew from the year that was. Join me here for Part Two of this look back. 07 – Fellow Kindle Worlds Authors G.I. Joe on Kindle Worlds...
What does Star Wars tell us about writing?

What does Star Wars tell us about writing?

If you’re a nerd like me, this week has pretty special meaning. It’s not just that there’s a new Star Wars film coming, I mean after all, we’ve been more or less inundated with Star Wars related media non-stop for the past 20 years. It’s...
NanoWriMo 2015 Hangover – what I’m working on

NanoWriMo 2015 Hangover – what I’m working on

Since I first started working on The Fog of Dreams during NanoWriMo 2013, I’ve been writing almost non-stop.  Whether it’s G.I. Joe work for Kindle Worlds, blog posts, short stories or novels, I’ve been writing, writing, and writing some more.  I...
One hundred and fifty seconds of inspiration

One hundred and fifty seconds of inspiration

Where do I find the inspiration to write? It changes every day.  Today it was this! Winter Soldier was one of my favorite films of all times (and heavily influenced my fight scene choreography in the upcoming Book Two of my Operation: Harvest series). Civil War looks...