Thus, in the interests of fairness and equality, I’m arranging the chapters of my next book in the only order that makes sense: alphabetically.Read More Time and the Lie of Continuity
If our lives are filled with nothing but writing, then our art suffers a sad case of cannibalism. Your writing needs to be fed events and thoughts emerging organically from your life. If your writing has nothing to feed upon but your own writing, then it is inbred and has turned back upon itself.
Read More How to Keep Your Writing from Eating Itself
1: You need to get used to disappointment in life. Writing helps you with that. This is not to say that you won’t have fun writing, but it’s inevitable that you will only have fun after long stretches of disappointment. Writing teaches you to find fun and enjoyment after disappointment. 2: Have you ever watched […]Read More 5 Reasons to Write
I use a virtual assistant named Kenna. She isn’t really real. That’s because she’s “virtual”, which in this case means “imaginary” instead of “outsourced to technology”. I can’t afford a real assistant (nor could I provide enough work for one) and I don’t have a fancy-wancy digital assistant like Siri, or Cortana, or Galaxy, or […]Read More My Virtual Assistant
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very proud to announce that from this day forward, my cartoons will also be published on Webtoons.com, a webcomics site with hundreds of absolutely fantastic comic series. Please visit me on Webtoon and shower me with likes and shares! Thanks so much for your readership over the years. Take care! […]Read More Gladiator Duel
Thanks so much for reading everyone. My updates have been so erratic lately. I hope to get my life back on track soon. God bless you all. -BWRead More So Fluffy . . .
“This, as you can see, is reality.”Read More A Guided Tour of Reality
I’m back after long hiatus! -BWRead More Maybe That’s Not a Wig
Should you allow your characters to run wild?
That’s your decision.
Then again, maybe it’s your characters’ decision.
These are the things I want to see, if only to stand out in a crowd of predictable books.
What kind of characters would you like to see?