This is a bit unusual for me, folks, but Michelle Hauck is hosting a critique blog hop at her site. It’s a neat idea (thanks, Michelle!) and I’ve decided to participate–so here’s the first page of the book I’m pitching, Tsar Bomb, an adult paranormal thriller. If you’ve happened here from somewhere other than the […]
Science says multitasking is making us all dumber, and by paying attention to many things we’re really paying attention to nothing. Here’s my attempt to reverse the trend.
Hi! If you’re reading this you’re probably considering competing in PitchWars 2014, so good for you and good luck! In 2013, a few of us (meaning like almost 80 of us) did this totally unofficial blog-hop for mentee bios, which people seemed to enjoy–so of course we’re bringing it back this year. If you’d care to join, […]
[UPDATE: There’s a full list of this year’s mentee bios over at Dannie Morin’s site.] It’s been less than a year since my first Pitch Wars, but the contest is back and so am I, with a new novel and a new blog bio. Last year’s bio is still up if you’d like to read it–it includes […]
More than one person took issue with my previous video on Save the Cat and story structure. I wanted to revisit the subject in a little more detail and respond to some of the criticism, while making some other points about Hollywood, creativity, and art vs. commerce.