Tag Archives: Chuck Wendig

Inkster Dispatch:  She’s a hot mess, but there’s still good news

  I have just spent the last 30 minutes searching for a notebook where I had done an idea exercise. I generated about 50 ideas for my blog to tackle this year. Can I find said notebook? Nope. I tore … Continue reading

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Book Review: SHOTGUN GRAVY by Chuck Wendig

  Like a blast of pellet in the face, SHOTGUN GRAVY explodes right from the get go and you want to follow around Atlanta Burns as if she’s the Bonnie to your Clyde. This book is a 4-star thriller on … Continue reading

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Write Life: Self publishing does not mean self-editing

  My write life went through a whole lot of ups and downs this past week. First thing Monday morning, there was a rejection hiding in my email. On the up side, that evening, I got to meet Jeff VanderMeer, … Continue reading

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Free-Range Fiction: Dragons Dressing Down

Ya missed me, right? I know you missed me. I missed doing this. Trying as part of 2013 to get back into the swing of posting some flash fiction at least once a week. Like Myke Cole told me on … Continue reading

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Free-Range Fiction: Tattoo Pairs

This is my piece in response to Chuck Wendig’s weekly challenge. This week’s “A Second Game of Aspects” pitted a list of sub-genre, setting, and element for our wily dice to choose for us. My roll garnered me:  Ghost Story, Paris 1944, … Continue reading

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