Recently, I visited my local Speed Art Museum and enjoyed the exhibit Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper. She folded and molded Japanese paper
Every situation is an opportunity for a writer to collect sensory details. Tomorrow, one of my closest friends for many years (decades, really), is getting
First, here are some articles on writing I came across this week: Writing Do’s And Don’ts: Room Settings Is Self-Publishing a Good Choice for Your Novel?
It’s been some time since I’ve reviewed some of my favorite science fiction and fantasy shows on my blog, and I’ve seen some good stuff
Okay, this is a long post. Just warning you. This good news is you can just read the highlights in bold to get the gist
I’ve been experimenting with layering as a way to develop a scene. One aspect of layering I find helpful is how it can focus on