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.
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
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
Sticks and stones can break my bones, but… …but. Why is it that in an age where “sticks and stones” in the Binary Landscape of the Ether hurt as much as the names being hurled? Is it because words and names do indeed matter? The problem — and you can give me push-back if you… Continue reading Lingual Neutrality
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_is_a_Virus / Image by JACW© so, if you want to be a writer… a poem for the Millennium --after Charles Bukowski if you need to see your words in a box on a lit screen don’t do it. if… Continue reading so, if you want to be a writer… a poem for the Millennium