ALL HANDS on DECK, All Characters ACT

ALL HANDS on DECK, All Characters ACT

There are –not a good way to open a story, THERE WERE or THERE ARE…just saying. These are not rules but rather what I have learned over a lifetime of writing: Never start your story describing a sunset or a moonglow or a stand of trees UNLESS there is a dangerous...
On Becoming an Artful Writer

On Becoming an Artful Writer

Martin Scorscese was awarded a special life’s work Golden Globe award for directing films, and his acceptance speech was a long eulogy to all those who came before him, all those he learned from and built upon. Ever watch a young artist at work? Go to any museum and...
It’s time to clear the old bats out of your attic

It’s time to clear the old bats out of your attic

Robert W. Walker doesn’t want any distractions around while you read DEAD ON. Not some whispering noises from above your bedroom ceiling, nor finger-nail scratches on the window pane, not even the scurrying of rats and bats in the attic. You need to concentrate,...

Dead On suspense with Moonlighting Romance

Reviewed by Stephanie Boyd Four years ago former Atlanta police officer Marcus Rydell was left alive and physically unharmed while his partner and two other cops were brutally slain. Since then Marcus has lost everything: his reputation, his family, and his desire to...

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