Monthly Archives: March 2012

That First Step

A few years ago, I attended my first writer’s conference in Hawaii. I know, I went big for number one. I didn’t go expecting to get an agent, I was simply curious and wanted to start dipping my toes into … Continue reading

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To Adjust, or Not To Adjust?

My novel BLAQUE takes place in the present day (give or take a year or two), as the Korean War That Never Really Ended continues. My hope is that the novel entertains first, but also sheds light on a conflict that a … Continue reading

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Got Passion?

Inspired by this interview.  Zak Bagans is a bit of a polarizing figure. People seem to either love him or hate him for various reasons. Some of you are probably looking at this entry, scratching your head and saying “What’s … Continue reading

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The Trouble With Endings

So I FINALLY wrote the ending to BLAQUE. I already knew the book’s ending. Heck, I know the ending to the entire series. (By the way, it’s a little weird to write about characters that you know won’t make it … Continue reading

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