Here’s what I did to fill in my story’s plot hole!
Category: The Writing Experience
RED ALERT, RED ALERT!
This is one of the most dreaded things that can happen to an author!
Finishing up this military SciFi is harder than I thought as I go through my fourth major revision of the end. But, it’s getting there and a recent flight over the Smoky Mountains helped.
Inspiration to Write!
Here’s something to inspire and juice up your writing creativity. Worked for me! Tells us what works for you!
Cat Fights in Space
A story that includes females bickering over their man during a SciFi space battle. . . will there be pushback from the PC police?
MILK RUN- Here’s Why I’m Writing It
MILK RUN is loosely based on my corporate career experience participating in one of those executive management development programs. You know what I’m talking about, where they take young college graduates, send them through some basic leadership training then toss them into the fire of escalating management/supervisory responsibilities. Wow, what a toasty ride!
Take The 227 Challenge!
What would someone do if they began to read your book in the bathroom? Here’s an opportunity to get some feedback on your book. Take the 227 challenge and find out!
What do you think of this rough illustration showing damage to the USS Princeton after a space battle with a Telrachnid gunship?
New Scene Posted! Scene 19 – Be Careful What You Ask
I finally posted a new scene for MILK RUN. It follows scene 18 (The Brig) after Captain Toby Nathanael Louis, ends up in the brig after his second in command takes over his ship. Scene 19 shows how he regains control of his ship, the USS Princeton.
MILK RUN Update
Hi All! It’s taking me a bit longer to complete the next scene chapter for my new military SciFi novel MILK RUN. That’s because, unlike the other scenes posted, this is literally a brand new scene. The earlier scenes were created about six years ago. But I got writer’s block and things got real busy at the office. So, I stopped the project. Picking up where I left off, those scenes required less rework and…