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I know you can comment on posts, but wanted a place where you could just stop by and say hi. Let me know what you think, what’s going’ on, or how you doin’.
as in amazon.com store, my own little storefront to offer books, products that provided inspiration for the books, and MOAR! Go to the virtual strip mall, pull open the virtual glass door, hear the virtual bell tinkle, and browse my … Continue reading
I know, it’s a bonehead thing to do, a rookie mistake, but I’m fixing it. Until now, the books had straight quotes, left-edge justification, author and title on each page, and page numbers on the upper-right of each page, (as … Continue reading
@LynnFlewelling: Always add an adverb to your dialog tags, she said sagely. #badwritingtips – I DO THAT, BUT APPROPRIATELY – TO DESCRIBE THEIR VOICE @LynnFlewelling: #badwritingtips Always introduce your protagonist looking at his/her reflection in a mirror and describing each … Continue reading
Well, since I’m not ‘in the mood’ to write tonight, might as well talk about something relevant, like my editing process. I’ve got it down to a science, unfortunately it does take a long time, but I find it’s worth … Continue reading
Nice comments on the Duke series from FurAffinity members: CovaTrance: “I really like the mood of your stories . . . It’s written so well.” Marco_Wolf: “I love everything about it, it’s so unique . . . Very well written.” … Continue reading
amazon.com – print $13.95, kindle COMING SOON http://www.createspace.com/3721335 – print $13.95 (use code YGQL6P4D for $2.00 off) A 59,000-word novel condensed in print to 246 pages. MA: for mature readers (note: back cover has nudity, a ‘rear view’) Stephen Cooper … Continue reading