I'VE BEEN reflecting on all the unpublished manuscripts I read and critiqued in 2019, ranging from sci-fi to high fantasy to detective procedural to YA romance to literary efforts that don't fit into a genre category. Despite the range of styles and writing quality, if you were to take my critiques of all these books … Continue reading I Read Dozens of Manuscripts in 2019 | Here’s What I Learned
THIS IS the first post I've made on this dusty ol' blog in quite some time. If you don't know, I took a long hiatus from social media to deal with a mountain of personal issues and to get my life back in order. Things worked out, the year ended on several high notes, and … Continue reading My Goals for 2020
THIS IS my take on how Game of Thrones should have ended. I call it The Light of the Seven, and it could have been achieved in the same number of episodes allotted to the past two weak, pathetic, first-draft-sounding seasons. Enjoy. We’re at the beginning of the big moment in what’s currently Season Eight, … Continue reading How Game of Thrones Should Have Ended: The Light of the Seven
IT'S FINALLY happening! THE LAST LETTER, a zombie novella by WB Welch and Tory Hunter is now available for pre-order, with an official release date of July 14th, 2019. Pre-order your copy now to have it automatically delivered to your Kindle device the day of release! Here's the blurb: The power has been out for … Continue reading THE LAST LETTER Pre-order and Release Date!
THIS IS a quick post, because my only aim is to direct you to this brand new interview of my co-author and co-conspirator, the amazing, talented, beautiful, and charming WB Welch! In this Uniweb Productions episode, Matt Whiteside talks to WB about our upcoming zombie novella THE LAST LETTER, and they talk about ME! Lol. … Continue reading I Will Follow You Into the Zombie Apocalypse
I’M UP late on the eve of #PitMad, the biggest pitch event on Twitter, a quarterly affair that always ends in writers landing agents who go on to land those writers book deals. Untold thousands of aspiring authors participate, vying for the “likes” of perhaps a couple hundred agents. As writers, the odds are automatically … Continue reading On #PitMad and Querying