Category Archives: Distractions
Along with my novel, I’ve also begun my own podcast! The show highlights an author each episode with a short interview consisting of a few questions so the listener can get to know them, followed by the author reading a “sample chapter” from one of their published works. Continue reading
2017 kicked off much better as I gained new perspective and motivation with the book. I pressed on with getting chapters fleshed out fuller than before, and with better focus. Continue reading
I think I’ve finally figured out what’s going on. If I announce a deadline, the writing Gods will conspire against me, throwing problems big and small to confound my writing! That’s gotta be it, right?! Continue reading
I’ve become somewhat resigned to the idea that as a first-time novelist it’s taking longer than it would usually, but I’m learning a lot. Continue reading
I’ve been on fire re-writing chapter after chapter. Character conflict and resolution, a story arch, new character insights, and fixing how to advance the story without giving away the end. I was seeing the light at the end of the tunnel with a current goal of March for a potential release of Nine-Mile Bridge. I’m going to do this! Continue reading
That being said, I’m pretty thrilled to be working on a new novel. It too is a thriller but with a scifi slant. Continue reading
Simple rules to follow:
Thank the blogger who nominated you.
Answer the questions you were given by that blogger.
Nominate 10 bloggers, give them ten new questions, and let them know they’ve been tagged. Continue reading
Over time I’ve collected many of these old movies on dvd only to realize they have not held up. By my telling you about these movies, I provide a window into me and what helped form me growing up. Try not to judge too harshly. Continue reading
Hello once again readers, I’m back! Thank you so much for returning to the silly ramblings that I, the Writing Fisherman, casts out. August came in hard and wet for me and was one of my more difficult months I’ve had in … Continue reading