Conflict is the engine that drives fiction. But how do you recognize, and stay focused upon, the real conflict in your story idea?
The hardest part of any story to write is the beginning. Are there any consistent rules to slaying this dragon?
Written with co-author Lucas Erickson, "Eyes of War," just completed, is the novel I am most proud of so far.
How do you write effective, accurate fiction about World War II? It's a big, sad, harrowing process.
How do I write articles for this site? If you're really interested, I'll tell you.
No, my typewriter does not have Bluetooth. I like it that way.
Want to give me feedback on my work-in-progress? There's something in it for you!
Great interview this past Friday on a horror-themed Internet radio show. Give it a listen!
Finishing a book is always a big deal; finishing one like this is once in a lifetime.
My favorite articles of 2014, numbers 6, 5 and 4.