Monthly Archives: January 2012

Painting Pictures

Being a writer, I have to paint with words, using description, comparison,and  imagery, to help the reader paint a picture in his head of the people and places in my stories. But the world in my head is unique to … Continue reading

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Mysteries of Amazon, And A Drawing.

Zombies are like credit card payments. If you keep getting rid of the minimum amount, you’ll never win. (From X-Heroes by Peter Cline.) Amazon has become like its namesake river; deep, dark, populated by secret tribes of headhunters and cannibals…a … Continue reading

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What A Difference A Year Makes.

Let’s go back to January 1st, 2011. I had finished and re-finished Wearing the Cape, and while I turned to three other projects (to see which one would pop in my head), I sent query letters to close to 100 … Continue reading

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