Posts Tagged ‘ ninjas ’

Return of the ninja!

First, there was Ninjas of the 512. Then, there was Confessions of a 3-Day Novelist. Now, six years later, it's happening again... The ninja is back! A new YA saga is coming this Labor Day weekend (September 2-4, 2017). Are you ready? Sign up for my new mailing list to get updates on brand new characters and the gang's secret hideout! #mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; Continue Reading...

Hanging Out: 365K Club, week 22

Is it June already?! The time just flies! It’s that time of the week again: time for another 365K Club word count check-in! Numbers, please… May 28, Day 149: 208 words May 29, Day 150: 438 words May 30, Day 151: 1,302 words May 31, Day 152: 227 words June 1, Day 153: 655 words June 2, Day 154: 340 words June 3, Day 155: 392 words That’s a grand total of 3,562 Continue Reading...

Rebels of the 512 now available on Amazon!

Good news! My 3-day novel, Rebels of the 512, is now available for purchase via Amazon. For those of you interested in a comedic novel that also happens to be the best book about pirates, ninjas and evil politicians in Austin, Texas you'll ever read, grab your copy here. For those who don't have a Kindle device, never fear: I will be publishing the Smashwords edition (readable on all other Continue Reading...

Creating an outline that won’t kill your creativity

I've written a variety of novel manuscripts over the years, many during the noveling month of November. My typical approach to writing is commonly referred to as "flying by the seat of your pants," and although this may work in short doses, it is much harder to sustain in novel form. In the past I avoided the traditional outline, with its spontaneity-crushing fascism, convinced it was a tool Continue Reading...