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Monthly Archives: August 2011
The boys head back to the first day of school this Friday and there’s a lot to do in the meantime. I’ll be back to posting and reading blogs on Saturday!
While I enjoy the flexibility and the variety of freelancing, the ups-and-downs make it rather difficult to predict revenues and expenses. Simply put neither good work nor a lot of work necessarily mean steady income. So, what’s a writer to … Continue reading
Happy Ending 2.0 is a short story written by James Patrick Kelly. This story was published in the March/April edition of Fantasy & ScienceFiction. This story strikes me as one that can best be appreciated by a male audience. While … Continue reading
If you only plan to sketch out your outline before you jump into writing your story, you’re ready to go. If you want to know more, it’s time to flesh out your sketch. In order to do so, you need … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I like mixing short projects with long projects, (and, yes, medium-length projects, too). While I’m making progress on two novels, I’ve also taken a renewed interest in flash fiction and flash essays. These short … Continue reading
Night Gauntlet is a short story written as a collaborative effort by Walter C. DeBill, Jr., Richard Gavin, Robert M. Price, W.H. Pugmire, Jeffrey Thomas, and Don Webb. This story was published in the March/April edition of Fantasy & ScienceFiction. … Continue reading