A tough one to answer. If you’ve read the book and you know me first hand, it’s obvious I’ve experienced virtually nothing in my novel–a good thing. So to say one should “write from experience” is kind of ridiculous. If we’re all supposed to draw from our experiences, then what’s an imagination for? Imagine someone asking J.K. Rowling… Continue reading Writing from Experience?
Today I got a message from a Jaden Baker reader, informing me of two errors in my book (he’d read at least 31 chapters). Neither fluke was terribly egregious, but it was still annoying, considering I have approved the book for printing. But then I reminded myself that I have rarely read a book without… Continue reading The Error Game
Here’s my spoiler warning: this post is for people who have completed my novel Jaden Baker. If you haven’t finished reading the book, then what the heck are you doing on my website? Go finish!
Examining the pros and cons of eReaders vs. books, and my conversation to them.
Living in a basement, working with the elderly, finishing a novel: My Year of 2010. Starting small but ending big.
My letter to the spider in my bathroom above my head as I showered.