One piece of advice that literary fiction agents often give is that “page one” needs to present the hero with a problem.
The throwback. The atavism.
I loved the stories. And I refuse to be ashamed.
The Ace Interviews 8
“Quack, duck!” is shorter than, “Warburton, get your head down!”
The Ace Interviews 7
"What’s your full name?"
"Hubert Ewing Devery Christopher Bostock III."
"That’s … quite a name."
The Ace Interviews 2
She exercises every day and whacks off her hair when it grows too long.
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He looked the clerical type … easy life, we call them. No wonder he’d gotten so out of breath so quickly.
The Otherworlds Anthology
Newly released anthology of fantastic fiction.
Guest Author Marcha Fox, her new book, and some advice about “said.”
… use them sparingly, as flavor enhancers ...
Indie e-Con Scavenger Hunt 2018 – Stop #23
Even if I don’t specifically set out to include a certain deeper theme, they often happen.
S. M. Spencer: Murder At the Creek
This is my first venture into mystery, and I had a lot of fun writing it.