In the Trenches: Catching-up
Help! It seems I have fallen arears in the required reading for my genre. Thus, I need a little guidance on what to read. So, let me hear it. What fantasy novel would you recommend from the last decade?
In the Trenches: Tappity
In the Trenches: TappityOh bother, I’m just whinging about the necessity to fight my way through technology in order to get my work done.
In the Trenches: 5 Things
In the Trenches: 5 Things – I am pursuing a way to better define my time. Something simple, yet flexible. So, ask yourself, ‘how is house cleaning like writing?’ Experiment time: I’ve applied a resource for one, to the other.
In the Trenches: Comparable
In the Trenches: Comparable – Scouring the world’s libraries for just that book to not compare yours to.
CPTSD : Life through a straw
Each and everyone of us who walks on this earth has been plopped down at the grand buffet that is life. It is an enormous seemingly endless table. On this table is every variety of taste, sight, sound, smell, experience, joy and sorrow. You are allowed to take whatever you can from the table –…
In the Trenches: About Style
It seems the only area of my life where I consider style is in my writing. So, is there a market out there for my style?
In the Trenches: Re-Thinking
In the Trenches: Re-thinking After a bit more exploration, I need to revise my initial opinion of the QueryTracker timeline feature.
If you are a writer querying a fantasy manuscript I can almost guarantee you have seen the phrase ‘rich world building’ in at least a dozen agent profiles or manuscript wish lists.
Writers and the Bird
One writer unpacking their thoughts and asking questions about Twitter and the publishing industry. Stay with me as I try to unpack all my thoughts around this topic. I promise, I will try to be coherent.
Further study on CPTSD and BPD – Part 2
Continuing the dissection of this massive study which was featured in Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation Vol. 8 Part two of the study conducted by Julian D. Ford & Christine A. Courtois focuses on the Clinical phenomenology of BPD, PTSD, and cPTSD. This section of the article is data dense. Its focus is on the prevalence…