The smell of mayonnaise murders in the air
/ May 16, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Busy editing my next book, “The Mayonnaise Murders Part 2.” Lotta work, but must say I’m pretty excited. With each new book I feel like I’m getting better, plus working with Scrivener has made all the difference in the world. That is the one app absolutely no writer should be without. Anyway, here’s a taste…

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The thing about Game of Thrones? It’s all in the detail
/ May 15, 2014 0 COMMENTS

I’m assuming I’m not the first person to blog about Game of Thrones, right? Yeah. I thought not. But that’s OK. I did stop and consider for a moment whether it was worth my time to even bother tossing my humble little opinion into such a crowded arena. With that many opinions bumping shoulders, you gotta…

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So many ways to tell so many Detroit stories
/ May 13, 2014 0 COMMENTS

First thing? Watch this video. OK. Continue. The one thing about Detroit, as anyone who has lived here for any length of time can attest, is that there is no shortage of Detroit stories in this town. Which is why it can become so damned frustrating at times to witness how few of those stories…

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Yes. I’m a writer. And yes, I watch lots of television
/ May 8, 2014 2 COMMENTS

This started off originally as something I sketched out on Facebook after I stumbled across a very cool post by Catherine Caffeinated that really kinda touched on my feelings about my shameless TV viewing habits. Because, as a writer, I’ve heard more than a few fellow authors spout off about the evils of television and how television…

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Why using a story outline works for me
/ May 6, 2014 0 COMMENTS

Not that long ago I happened to come across a blog discussion where various writers were debating whether or not it was a good idea for novelists to use a story outline before getting started. As opposed to just letting the muse run wild and naked through the fields of imagination, landing who knows where….

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