The Conflict Thesaurus Review

Want some chaos in your life? Wondered how someone can blow up an entire planet with a donut? My newest short story collection, How A Donut Destroyed Earth, is now available on Amazon and other ebook distributors. With thirteen hilarious and heartwarming stories, there truly is something for everyone. When it comes to writing, most …

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Fiction Friday: Trouble In The Stars

Since the pandemic hit, I’ve been trapped in a rut for a whole year. With things winding down (hopefully), I can finally get back into the swing of things and support the blog some more. And that means reading. It used to take me a while to finish a book, at least a month or …

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New Resource & Giveaway Alert: The Occupation Thesaurus Writing Guide Is Here!

Hi everyone! Today I have something fun to share...a special chance to win some help with your writing bills. Awesome, right? Some of you may know Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi of Writers Helping Writers. Well, today they are releasing a new book, and I'm part of their street team. I'm handing the blog over …

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The Occupation Thesaurus Review

I've been a huge fan of Angela and Becca's Description Thesauri series. I've spoken at length on many of the books released so far and while everything can be found on writershelpingwriters.net, most of them have paperback versions which I feel should be mandatory for all authors looking to hone their craft and improve their …

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Do we care about villain backstories?

Preorders for The Daughter of Dragons is coming soon. Enter the wildlands as Melisaria Blackfang encounters a dragon with a disturbing sickness, one that could bring about the end of dragon kind, unless she can master her Dragonspeaker powers in time. My current novella, City of Kaiju, is available now in paperback on Amazon and …

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