When you leave loose threads of fabric around you’re bound to run into problems. I was reminded of this during a recent work trip when I noticed a long green thread dangling from the end of the front of my shirt. Seeking to present the most professional appearance possible I tugged on the thread. This
Category Archives: Stitches
Within the swirling chaos of our lives a lone center of order must be found. Writing is no different. Inside my head I have thousands of ideas which could be considered for the next writing project, but picking which ones work and which ones won’t isn’t the easiest thing. First and foremost I have to
When I look back at my years of writing, I see a trend. I tend to get back what I put into a piece, not just in reviews, but energy. When Origins (my first novel) was released in 2013 I got a lot of congratulatory messages from friends who worked in the industry. They were
The year of change continues Over the past month or so I’ve had a lot of personal changes, which I don’t find surprising, but after some reflection I figured it was time to sit down and write about them. I spend a lot of time inside my own head, which again, I don’t find surprising.
After writing Agents of the Beyond earlier this year, I needed a change in direction. At the time I hadn’t begun writing what will become the next Mythos Division novel, and I wanted to challenge myself when it came to my writing length. I feel at home in the novel arena at this point in
If you look at the published work I’ve put out, by and large, I deal with good or neutral to good people. By no means are any of my characters paladins, choirboys, or priests, but they trend toward being decent people. Part of that is the ease at which I find writing about good guys.