Archetypes, Symbolism, Metaphor, Motif, Author J.A. Carter-Winward, Character Development, Compassion and Empathy, Human Nature, the Psyche, Literary Fiction, Socio-cultural, Socio-political, Subjective Experience, Writers, Writing, Writing Community, Writing in Blood, Writing Life, Writing Literary Fiction, Writing Male Characters, Writing Process

Fair Game

Whose story is it? What is "fair game," and if you have to ask, then ask. If you can't ask, then maybe you shouldn't.

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Wade: A Novel

Wade: A Novel Wade, is now available on Amazon, Kobo, B&N, and wherever else they sell books and e-books. Thanks to IndieReader for being a trusted arbiter of taste for small, independent presses for over a decade, and for the high praise of Wade. Back cover copy: "Except for being the only man in town… Continue reading Wade: A Novel

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RAmpaGE

RAmpaGE   Rage happens when you feel unheard. Raging happens when you’re ignored. Enraged is when your voice is dismissed. Outrage is when the world decides your voice doesn’t matter. When the world tells you you have         No Right to Rage Cause for Raging Reason for being Enraged Standing no Credibility… Continue reading RAmpaGE

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Writing with the Write Stuff

It’s a question the big-time interviewers ask writers all the time, usually rockstar-writers: “So where did the idea for (insert newest NYT best-selling book title HERE) come from, and why write about it now?” These writers have whatever the answer is down to a tagline: “Well, Oprah, I went to Alaska in 1988 and there… Continue reading Writing with the Write Stuff

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LOVE IN THE TIME OF CORONA: Love Writing, Writing Love

(Cue harp music…) How do I love thee? Let me count the ways… One, two, three, four, five… Wait, that isn’t how the poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning goes, is it? In fact, she doesn’t say a single number, nor spell one out.  The reason for that is numbers fail to capture all the nuances… Continue reading LOVE IN THE TIME OF CORONA: Love Writing, Writing Love