Allow Your Protagonist to Fail


I have regular meetings with a friend who is probably one of the best people to talk to concerning story.  I recommend that every writer have a few people in their lives that they can talk to about writing. My partner in writing crime is Jack Johnson, the artist who designed the cover of my … Continue reading

Book Launch: The Terminarch War

Book Launch: The Terminarch War


The second book in the “Five Rims Series” is finally out.  I wanted to make sure it was perfect before releasing it.  I’m sure you’ll enjoy the further adventures of Guillermo March as he navigates the Five Rims in search of his purpose now that he is the last human in existence. It already has … Continue reading

Free Books and Book Launch!

Free Books and Book Launch!


This week I am offering The Terminarch Plot free on Kindle in anticipation of the release of book 2 in the Five Rims Series: The Terminarch War.   In case you haven’t seen the awesome new cover, here it is: The Terminarch War will be out by Friday, but get your copy of The Terminarch Plot now while … Continue reading

Hemingboard: A Review


In this video, I review a fantastic new program for writers.  It can only enhance the writing you are doing, not only for prose writers but for poets as well.  Check out the video below, and don’t forget to subscribe for more videos about writing!

An Old-School Fan Review of Ghostbusters (2016)

An Old-School Fan Review of Ghostbusters (2016)


Last night I attended a press screening of the new Kevin Feig film Ghostbusters.  That’s me, pictured above (just to the right of the movie poster) with the Central Oklahoma Ghostbusters, a GB fan club and costuming group. First, let me say why I was against the film:  It was not for misogynist reasons, as is the … Continue reading

Writing a Sequel is the Hardest Work of All


I’m currently working on the sequel to The Terminarch Plot, and as I found out when I wrote This Broken Earth, writing a sequel may be the hardest work I’ve ever done as a writer. Usually I write one-offs or novels not intended to produce a sequel.  I wrote The Transgression Box with the intention of writing more of Dornin’s … Continue reading