Today will be an editing day. One of the failures of the written word is that they can't always express the full dread content of the idea they've been tasked with representing. When you read the words, "Today will be an editing day," what do you think? Do you think, "Oh, how nice. Scott, has … Continue reading On The Cusp of Red
So I may have mentioned that my writing and business partner Craig A. Hart and myself have started a new website which is going to be a hub for all of our writings, both solo and corporate. And is always the case with Craig and I, when we do something, we do it up big. … Continue reading e2books, Bruté?
Don't miss this, thriller fans! This one is still picking up steam, but you're not going to want to wait. Oh, unless you don't like free books. (Weirdo) [Ed. Note: We do not support the author's name-slinging.] Gripping Reads offers 29 books to choose from, or grab all 29! Murica! [Ed. Note: We do not … Continue reading Gripping
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So, I write books. Sometimes I do it in beautiful isolation, locked away with my own thoughts, ready to make my own mistakes and claim my own victories. Sometimes I write with this Craig A. Hart fellow, trying my best to keep pace with him, but really just doing enough work so that I can … Continue reading Regarding the Cleanup of Old Business
They're really nothing special to look at. In fact I probably haven't opened them more than a handful of times in the past 34 or so years. I mentioned the older of the two to a couple of friends not too long ago, it's the one with the unsightly stain of unknown origin. The newer … Continue reading Two Notebooks
Well, what do you know? I was beginning to think that through some sort of mysterious other-worldly spell or ritual we were going to get stuck somewhere in the year. Not Groundhog's Day, obviously, as that motif is a little sleepy, but some odd other day, October 3rd perhaps. But no. We're gettin' outta hea', … Continue reading Wait… today is the last day of 2020?
Book reviews are very important, especially to the independent writer. To all writers, I suppose, but us guys without the sweet publishing contract live and die by them. I further suppose that I should clarify a bit. I'm not going to lie and tell you that certain reviews don't make you feel really good. Nor … Continue reading Reviews
Etta James, people, had one of the most soulful voices in the history of modern music. I remember hearing her song "At Last" used in a commercial several years ago, which brought it back onto my radar after first having heard it in my teens. Now "At Last" is, of course, a love song, and … Continue reading At Last…
Okay. Any post that has a Bob Marley quote as it's title is going to be at least 39% better than one that doesn't , so you're clearly in for a real treat, right from the get go. And you can utilize this fact anywhere, not just in my blog, so... you're welcome for … Continue reading They Got So Much Things To Say Right Now…