Should I Write A Graphic Novel Series Or A Traditional Novel Series?

As I am sitting here with my coffee, I am trying to sort out what my plans are for today. Whenever I try to create plans I start thinking about everything I want to do. Usually, this pushes me away from all my possible plans and I get nothing done. This morning, all of my thoughts …

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Too Many Thoughts To Write

The original goal behind creating a blog for me was to get advertisement out to the world about my published novels. The novels were all a part of a series called the Lyall Pack Series. My books were made accessible many times in my posts. Those books are Curse Under The Moon, Jump Over The Sun, and Hidden …

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Simple Ways To Get A Reader Hooked

Make It Real It's a very important task for an author to make their story and characters real. I can't expect to travel to London and meet the famous Sherlock Holems at 221B Baker Street, but I would like to believe it could be possible. It was placed in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's hands to make …

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Too Many Plans For One Book

A little while ago, I started planning the murder in my latest novel and I thought I had the general plan figured out. I was writing some of my outline around the idea I thought up when suddenly, brilliance struck me. So I had to make some adjustments with the plan, yet again. Adjusting a bit of one …

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Unusual Jobs Of 10 Famous Authors

It's no surprise to know authors can't snap their fingers and become famous. It's a lot of work. Between writing the perfect book, finding a great publishing company, and getting the right amount of attention it sometimes seems impossible even on a good day. Often times I sit back and think How the hell did …

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Progress On A Personal Job

Today's post is a mixture of different levels of excitement. My excitement is mostly towards a couple of personal paintings I've been building in my mind. I was stuck on where to take my newest novel idea so I chose to work on art. When one job isn't making progress I have the opportunity to …

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Middle Of The Week Thoughts 10/25/16

With the weather getting slightly colder and colder I'm feeling pretty excited. What makes the cold weather so great is my love for working during this season. I'm able to sit at my computer to write with a warm mug of hot chocolate or coffee waiting to be finished. It gives me a slightly romantic …

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Pulling In My Scattered Thoughts

The thoughts in my mind stretch in many directions, at all times. With my creative mind this isn't a surprising trait, and I know how to take it on. But sometimes I react in a slightly more negative way when my thoughts go too far. One minute I'm scheming up the plot for my new novel. …

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Middle Of The Week Thoughts 10/19/16

I only have two thoughts bouncing around my head, at the moment. My first thought is on my need to start exercising. I've gained a couple inches around my waist. Eek! But that's not the information my readers care to learn in this blog. The other part of my thoughts is about my novel I'm …

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