Category: Technology Writing
I am super excited to be a panelist at next week’s Comic Con 2015: Fan Experience in Salt Lake City, Utah. The last couple have been an absolute blast! For all you writers, my book about how to save your poor wrists while amplifying your hourly word count came out a month ago: HOW TO DICTATE YOUR WRITING LIKE IT’S…2015. The first book in my middle … Read More My Panelist Schedule for Comic Con 2015 #FanX15 in SLC
I began looking into dictation for several reasons. Like many people, I have experienced back problems which make it hard to sit at a computer and write all day. I’ve also had trouble keeping weight off since becoming a full-time writer. There, said it! I’ve moved this to TheProductiveAuthor.com, so please click here to read the rest!
I just participated on a Salt Lake Comic Con Writers Retreat panel called Planning and Outlining Your Novel and Finding Time to Write. Here’s an outlining tool that has worked awesomely for me, probably because I created it so it’s all about how my brain works. Who knows, it might be your thing, too. Worth a try! I created this worksheet after I was … Read More Free Novel or Series Outline Template Inspired by J.K. Rowling
I am super excited to be a panelist at next week’s Comic Con 2014: Fan Experience in Salt Lake City, Utah. You’ll notice my participation spans a couple genres. That’s just how I roll. For example, my series THE SALT SHEEN PARADOX, is a sci fi time travel mystery with a fair dose of romance. The first book in the series, AVIATRIX, is available on Amazon. I’ll keep … Read More My Schedule for Comic Con 2014: Fan Experience in SLC
Today I read a fun article by Donna Dickens titled 27 Science Fictions That Became Science Facts In 2012. It’s the whole gist of sci fi enthusiasm, to wonder what it would be like for the fictional to be factual. Some things on this list totally surprised me, as in, I had no idea they were scientific realities. Most things on this list naturally made me … Read More Science Fictional Turned Factual