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October 1, 2020
It’s Halloween time! When the things that go bump in the night bump a little bit harder. When ghosts, ghouls, vampires, and werewolves come out to play. When the scent of pumpkin spice fills the air and the great debate over whether candy corn can actually be considered candy (or edible) persists.
February 26, 2020
So, recently I moved hosts, and I also moved newsletter services. In the process, I screwed up. I knew this would go pear shaped, although it didn’t go as pear-shaped as it could have. I think. Or a least I hope. Without getting into the technical, some pages didn’t get moved off of testing. No big deal really in the long run, but it can be a problem in the short term. What does the above mean? Nothing except some subscription pages are wonky as is the unsubscribe page. In the short term, if you click the unsubscribe link
November 26, 2019
Yeah, I know what you’re thinking. Of course it does, Jules. We learned this in elementary school. Even Foster, who’s almost four, probably knows this, so what’s the big deal? The big deal is I planned for Broken Bond to release on the 26th, but didn’t do a pre-order (I should have) because I wanted to be 100% certain it was ready to go before I hit publish. Broken Bond went from a planned 35,000 words (a novella) to 55,000 words (a novel) and took on a life of its own. Well, specifically, Halloween in Broken Peak took on
October 19, 2019
I don’t want to call it writer’s block, because it isn’t. I’ve experienced the curse that is the block and it’s nothing I ever want to relive again. I doubt I will be able to avoid it in the future, but what I experienced with Chapter 6 was definitely not writer’s block. I experienced Writer’s Obstacle. Since I added several scenes to the beginning of the book, I had to do some major rewriting of later chapters. And one of those chapters is Chapter 6. The problem is I knew where I wanted the chapter to go, but I
October 9, 2019
How a book begins makes all the difference in the world. That first sentence, paragraph, and chapter are what makes someone want to read more or walk away. Getting that first bit right is difficult enough without the added pressure of making or breaking the rest of the book. Let’s face it, if the first page doesn’t grab a reader, if it begins too late, they aren’t going to read the rest, no matter how good it might be. So what does that have to do with starting too late? Like it starts in the afternoon instead of the

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