I attended Worldcon for the first time! In the post that precedes all other posts, I briefly discuss what to expect in my multi-part documentation on my first Worldcon experience.
All in Journey
Coming from the tech world, I am used to signing contracts and NDAs ahead of performing work or gaining access to info. Such contracts don’t really exist between beta readers, other writers, and even editors. Why is that?
A “short” post where I express my thoughts on becoming a #PitProm finalist and participating in this competition.
Three months of endless, summertime sun and almost no rain means lots of time writing outdoors. Come learn of my Q3 goals that will occur while basking in CA weather.
Editing is a crucial element in the evolution of your book. Because of this, I wanted to share a glimpse into the processes I went through as I edited my first novel.
On 5/31 Kim Chance, my editor, returned my book, complete with her recommendations. Come experience the rollercoaster of emotions I had when digesting her words.
It turns out that one of my Science Fiction short stories was actually Fantasy… who knew?
This post explores a small piece of my home library as I talk about my reading habits and which books are captivating me today.
I’ve hit my share of mental roadblocks during the writing and editing process. What can you do to break those feelings of doubt?
Thoughts on writing a horror short story for the first time, and some differences between sci-fi and horror.