I had a rare moment in which I was able to briefly tune into WILK’s the Jason Barsky show. Listening to a caller made me think of the following passages from the novelette “Is Suicide Painless.” -26- Out the window … Continue reading Is Suicide Painless – Excerpt
Each time I am writing a story, I read the following, and strive to do all except numbers 3 & 6 (which I will discuss in an upcoming post). This particular list comes from open culture. In a writing phase, … Continue reading Thank You Ernest Hemingway
…because at that point in the story, the character is fragmented, and I want to convey that to the reader using the narrative. Instead of telling or showing, I want the reader to experience the story. Continue reading Who knows the author’s voice better than the author?
As writers and storytellers, we are often too in tune to our emotions and sensitivities. However, it can lead to unique insights…. There was a time I looked forward to each day. There was a time when I was ready. … Continue reading Why The Past?
Take a tour of Key West, Florida and follow the Old Man as he passes on his accumulated knowledge of being alive for more than 200 years. One Day I Was is a work of historical fiction that follows the … Continue reading Free Sample – One Day I Was