Over the past 10 months this blog has been a wonderful reason to write. Unfortunately, my work schedule is changing, and some of the book reviews I’ve chosen are proving a bit more daunting, so for the time being I’m going to have to slow down a little.
From now on I’ll be alternating between Writing and Review posts, 1 per week, instead of 1 of each. But this will also give me a little more time to develop some other post types, and hopefully learn a little bit more along the way.
And there are over 100 prior posts, if anyone cares to browse or use one of the indexes, Writing or Review.
Hopefully with time I’ll be able to write faster, but quality first.
Thank you once again for all of your support.
By Orson Scott Card
Time grows short, as hope lies ahead.
Commercial fiction is written to entertain, but audiences can be very picky about the type of story they want to read or watch. Most genres engage the same issues as literary and mainstream, but they engage the issues within the genre framework, disguising a familiar topic in the trappings of their genre.
WL Hawkin at Blue Haven Press (https://bluehavenpress.com/) was kind enough to nominate me for the Liebster Award. Thank you. This is my first time doing something like this. Should be fun.
There is always more to learn. Recently I’ve learned some new things that I’d like to add to 101-02 Conflicts & Climaxes.
For those who are interested, here is the new excerpt: