Tag Archives: Warpworld

Process: The Most Important, Least Teachable, Skill Every Writer Needs to Learn!

Any student of the writing craft will, at some point, encounter the phrase writing process, often shortened to simply process.  “What’s your process?” We learn that every author has their own unique process that takes them from blank page to … Continue reading

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The Time It Takes

Josh and I are approaching the end of the first draft of our fourth Warpworld novel. With each new installment, our process is refined and our efficiency improves. I anticipate a final draft, ready for publication, in early 2016. My … Continue reading

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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 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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It’s All Good

A short post to a) Say thanks b) BRAG First, the thanking. I find WordPress immensely confusing and non-intuitive. More than once I have ended up banging my head against the e-wall trying to figure out something that, later, turns … Continue reading

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Life at the Speed of Prez

Like rolling stones, Prez and I gather no moss. And, like The Rolling Stones, we are once more preparing to take our show on the road. If you read my previous post about the Top Secret movie Prez was working … Continue reading

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Princess’s BIG Bus Adventure in 3D, With Maps and Stuff!

I’m a transportation snob. I will travel by train, plane, car, boat, bicycle, hovercraft, covered wagon, rickshaw, or elephant, but I will not travel by bus. Even the Skytrain is pushing it. I came by my snobbishness honestly. Growing up … Continue reading

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What I Read On My Winter Vacation

Hello again from Home! Happy Chocolate Bunny Holiday, Nutters. I hope you’re all enjoying the start of spring and the return of that bright shiny thing in the sky. If you watched the video of my recent Baja adventure, in … Continue reading

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Lit-tastic Awardsapalooza Extravaganarium 2012!

Hello from Chez Roney! Once again, Patty-Cakes and Martha have been kind (foolish) enough to take in the poor, the sick, the huddled masses. Or, well…us. And by sick, I do mean SICK. For those who have not been following … Continue reading

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