The Twelve Year Novel, Part 3 (the final part)

In case you had missed the previous parts, they can be read here: Part 1   Part 2 In the fall of 2007, I was invited to join a novel critique group hosted by local author, Sandra McDonald, who is well-known and respected in the fantasy and sci-fi genres. She’s also … Continue reading

The Twelve Year Novel, Part 2

Thanks to those of you who have left comments or given me feedback about Part 1 of The Twelve Year Novel, and if you missed it, you can view it here. During those years when I shelved Such A Dreamer, I took an important step that would ultimately help me … Continue reading

The Method Writers

I’m sure by now most of you have heard me tease about the Rogues Gallery Writers’ new project, The Method Writers. But now I’m going to take a few minutes to tell you how it came to be and what it’s about: Last October, The Rogues Gallery Writers released our first publication, and … Continue reading

The Official Release of “Writing is Easy”

  October 1st, 2010 is the official release date for the Rogues Gallery Writers’ Writing is Easy short story collection/inspirational guide for writers and writers groups! I meant to do this earlier, but here is a little taste of WIE. (Sorry, that sounds perverted!) This is an excerpt from my … Continue reading

Introducing the Rogues Gallery Writers!

rogues’ gallery (r?gz g?l??-r?) noun – A collection of pictures of known and suspected criminals maintained in police files and used for making identifications. (Pictured from left to right: Michael Ray King, Tracy McDurmon, Rebekah Hunter Scott, and Jeff Swesky; aka the Rogues Gallery Writers. Photo courtesy of Vintage Photos … Continue reading