Monthly Archives: March 2014

Symptoms of Novelitis

Writers are a strange bunch. At any time we may have a hundred ideas bouncing around in our heads. Our minds are filled with a collage of snippets of stories waiting to be pieced together. If it were to be displayed on a computer screen, it would look like a hot mess. The chaos only

The Basement – Preface

It’s about that time. Time for part four in The Dark Corner short story series titled The Basement. The first three, The Visitor, The Forest, and The Gift, though separate stories in their own right, have been building towards something. If you haven’t downloaded these yet, I suggest you click on the links and do

A Writer’s Goals for 2014

I’m a big believer in goals. Goals should be quantifiable and reviewed on a regular basis in order to keep them fresh in our minds and edit them as needed. As an independent author, I need a constant reminder on what I’m shooting for. This is not just in writing but in life. There is

Short Story – The Gift

It seems that I must apologize once again for the tardiness of this release but I have a good reason for my short hiatus. Though I’m private to a fault, I feel that when I give my word, I should keep it and if I don’t that in the very least I need to explain