Like that one guy said: Good writers borrow, great writers steal. Welcome to the place where all things have been lifted, looted, and otherwise pilfered…Remember, possession is 9/10s of the law.
I was provided an e-ARC of ForgeFiction’s newest release Journeys Through Faladon: The Titan Divide in return for an honest review. It’s been a while since I’ve done a Thursday Review, and I’m running behind on this one as it is — seeing as… Continue Reading “Journeys Through Faladon: The Titan Divide”
It’s here! The first film based on one of my 100-word stories: #YouToo. Here’s the film and the original story.
Originally posted on New American Legends:
THE YELLOW MANUSCRIPT by Jenny Maloney Sylvie Andrews found the dead man’s hidden manuscript in the false bottom of a drawer in his roll-top desk. It was the stuff of daydreams for a graduate English major to be…
In September 1919, Woman’s Home Companion published a lovely little nugget of story by Edith Wharton. “Writing a War Story” is the tale of Ivy Spang, a poetess-turned-short-story-writer. Working as a nurse in France during WWI, Miss Spang is commissioned by an editor at the… Continue Reading “Edith Wharton on Writing a War Story…or a Love Story…or a Comedic Story…or a Story Story”
I’m sure most of you are at work or doing something distracting you from writing. But RIGHT NOW: Write something creative–whether it’s on a piece of receipt you pull from the cash register you’re at, a scratch piece of paper from your printer, or… Continue Reading “Writing Prompt Wednesday: Work Place Avoidance”
A couple months ago, the new owners of the Damon Runyon Theatre in Pueblo gave us SET ensemble members an opportunity to dig through their stuff (and if you’ve ever been in a community theatre, you understand there’s always a TON of stuff) and… Continue Reading “Introducing: Writing Desk II”