Our world is a diverse place. So many different types of people – can this be covered in books? Or do you end up with pages and pages of description that doesn’t move the story along but bogs it down
A blog on world building and housing
Let the Organized Author help you get back your precious writing time.
Can’t see the forest for the trees – or the trees in the forest?
The air we breathe is not something we think a lot about until something goes wrong. Gas, dust, particulates, and the balance of gases all affect both our breathing – or lack thereof! – and also play a big factor
A short flash fiction for everyone too full of fruitcake to think! (That’s me, right about now.) Thanks for reading my blogs throughout the year. Have a safe and happy holiday season. The Second Rudolph. It’s not commonly known, even
A special bonus blog to let everyone know about some free reads coming up – snap them up in time for Christmas, and go mad gifting all your friends! 5 Minute Vacations is free the 18th – 20th of December.
The scale of a world is an interesting facet to explore. Is the world of the book the normal everyday or does it delve into a microcosm, or travel across the universe? Variations on scale can create and define a
I’ve written a few blogs on NaNo, but mostly from the perspective of a new writer. For them, Nano is a time of discovery, trepidation, and proving to themselves and the world that they are – or are not –
I am pleased to be in a new anthology – this time a horror collection. My story ‘Waiting for Wednesdays’ is a short one, and a twist on the ghost whisperer story. A not too scary story I wrote a