Because I always want to keep my creative juices flowing, I’ve delved into another tome of fiction, this time walking in the realm of fantasy with a classic series.
As human beings, we all have our quirks and idiosyncrasies. Us writers have them even more so. One of mine is a hatred of profanity. I know. Hate is s strong word. So that should give you an idea of how much I dislike it. I don’t like it in the books I read for enjoyment either.
The world of RIU is slowly expanding. Those innocuous things in my stories that you read about and maybe filed away in the back of your mind as being not so important just may be something major. Today, I have a new addition to the data files of the RIU, one that, if you’ve read any of my stories, you probably were expecting.
Recently, I ran into a treasure of superhero novels online that I am beginning to buy. Being a geek of all things comic-booky (I think I just created a new word) and writing in a genre that is similar, I’ve finally finished a novel that I’ve had for a while but just now read with one of my fave teams, the Fantastic Four. Here’s my take on it.
When I’m not posting my rantings here at the website, I’m reading a lot. Not just fiction but a plethora of non-fiction. It’s imperative for me as I’m not signed with any big publisher and I plan on keeping it that way as long as I can. In order to do that, I need to keep my three fans in the loop because there are a couple things an independent publishing writer needs to do and that is connect with his or her audience.