Category Archives: Warpworld

The Joy of Finished

Since I embarked on my professional writing journey almost eleven years ago, I have learned lessons too numerous to count. Most of the dreams and beliefs I once held about the noble craft have been pushed off the cliff of … Continue reading

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The Goal Is…

What is the goal? I thought I knew the answer to this question. What I thought the goal was: Make a living writing books. Of course. I thought I was on the path to achieving that goal when something momentous … Continue reading

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Across Time and Space With Orange and Brown and Flowers and Clocks

This is my couch… It is ugly. It is old. When you sit on it, Ugly Couch creaks and shrieks as if it is in agony. Perhaps it is in agony. If your skin was patterned with brown and orange … Continue reading

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Crossing the Line

In 1993 I crossed a line. Overnight, I went from “person who watches movies” to “person who is in movies”. This had long been a dream of mine and, as we all know, dreams are simply goals without a plan. … Continue reading

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History 2.0 – A review of The Last Summoner by Nina Munteanu

The Last Summoner by Nina Munteanu Why I chose this book A few months back I put out a call to various authors of speculative fiction to guest blog over on the Warpworld Comms. The subject was real life places, … Continue reading

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The Start of a Beautiful Obsession – a review of Shards of Honor by Lois McMaster Bujold

Shards of Honor by Lois McMaster Bujold The real unforgivable acts are committed by calm men in beautiful green silk rooms, who deal death wholesale, by the shipload, without lust, without anger, or desire, or any redeeming emotion to excuse … Continue reading

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Should I or Shouldn’t I? Advice from the self-publishing trenches

This post begins with a caveat. A King Kong sized caveat. I am not an expert in indie/self-publishing. I am not some Mr. Miyagi, here to help you discover universal truths about yourself and your quest for publication as you … Continue reading

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