Ask anyone in their right mind and they’ll tell you that 2017 was a pretty interesting year. From the changing political landscape to the Astros winning the World Series (word), there hasn’t been a dull moment.
I recently gave a presentation on a bunch of things I use for writing, research and marketing. There are tons of tools out there for all of these things, but here are some of the ones I either use or know how to use.
Let's get something straight right here and now. Describing your characters is about as various as the characters themselves. What I mean is that everyone describes characters differently, but I believe writers, especially young writers, get caught up in the need to paint an accurate description of a character.
This coming Monday night at 7 p.m. I will be presenting to the Writers of The Woodlands on the subject of Research & Information Gathering. For writers, researchers, college and high school students, this presentation will be a huge help.
This fiction reading is a piece I wrote towards the end of last year as part of a writing assignment in my writers group. Note: This is read in a rhyming pattern of four seven-line stanzas.
Whether we like it or not, we debate with each other all the time over the most important things, like religion, politics, and human rights, and the things that aren’t that important, like food, sports, and fashion.
I recently wrote a post regarding a negative experience I had on social media. This experience concerned a post about the Constitution and its governing power. It turned into a bit of a problem when too many voices wanted to add their thoughts.
On Facebook, I recently posted a video created by the UK publication Telegraph and I sit here now regretting the very act of doing so. It made references to the Constitution that I completely disagreed with.
I have not posted any of my fiction writing on this site, but since the week has been very busy and I try to post here at least once per week, then I am officially breaking unofficial protocol.
Not too long ago, I was in the field of journalism. I had graduated with a journalism degree from Sam Houston State University ready to serve justice wherever it was needed. I was ready to bust scandals wide-open and help toss corrupt politicians and billionaires into the slammer.