Along with all the other things I’m attempting to do in my life, I recently committed to a reading challenge with none other than Soph. lt’s from the Gilmore Girls TV show, and it’s a list of every book that Rory mentions having read throughout the course of the show. It’s 339 books — suffice … More New reading challenge!
It’s time to finish this novel. … More Workshop Wednesday: I guess I’m doing the dang thing again
I can’t wait to share this with you. … More Issue 1 of roam is here!
Originally posted on roam:
If two roads diverged in a yellow wood, ideally, you’d be traveling in pairs. Someone could take one, someone the other, and you could meet back and report what each road was like. Or maybe you’re wandering through the woods in groups of three, or seven, or twelve. Maybe someone takes…
The female voice is strong and will not be controlled. … More I’ve officially lost control…
Get your copy and support small press. … More Preorders are open for SHE’S LOST CONTROL
Hello readers! Wanted to check in again today. I have a few things to report on BLOOD OF THE WINDMAKER, but I want to go through it again first before I make any decisions or commit to anything. So instead of an update on that front, I thought I would share a scene from my new … More While you’re waiting…[Novel excerpt]
Wherein I try to make sense out of my “plot.” … More Plodding Plotting Progress
I have always loved Alex’s work. Right away when we began workshop together, when I was still a scared undergraduate in my head, I noticed that this guy wrote the kinds of stuff I like to read: the weird stuff, like watercolor dragons and alien flamingos. This guy has an imagination. His work stood out – and at the risk of sounding cliche or sappy, I knew we were gonna be friends. … More Story of the Week #14 — “Elegy in Running Water” by Alex Friedman
Well, dear Readers, Sprint Week is over! I had an awesome time working with and learning from Kelcey Parker this week, and I think I got some good ideas out of it. I’m excited about the prospects this new knowledge and outlook (story=structure) will have on my writing. I promised that I would post the … More Sprint Week Story: “The Ghost and I Watched the Sky Fall Together”