Adventures of an Accident-Prone Author

My family was not surprised to hear this, but I hurt myself while riding my bike recently. I recently got a new bike, you see – a bike that I would call my first “proper” bike. Not that I haven’t had bikes my whole life, but this is the first time I actually did research, read reviews, then saved up to buy it instead of just going to the nearest megastore and picking a low-end bike that “looks nice.”

Teaching English – (Hopefully) Hilarious Tales from the Classroom

As I’ve mentioned before, one thing I do is teach English online to students in other countries. You start getting funny stories pretty quickly. Some are a result of a mental translation gone wrong. Some are a result of a student not having the vocabulary they need and having to get creative. Some are a …

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Dialogue Writing Tips Part 1 – What Makes Good Dialogue?

Many, many, MANY people know how to come up with a good storyline. Plot structures and twists come easy to them. But there’s one area of writing proficiency that still eludes them. Ironically, it’s the one they actually have the most experience with: Dialogue. I say they have experience because, after all, most of us …

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Book Update! First Look at Shard’s Cast of Characters!

We’re getting closer and closer to Shard‘s release date, and I’m getting more and more excited. Rest assured, I’ll be updating you all with the new developments as they happen. Today, I’d like to introduce you to the main and supporting characters of Shard. Please take a look around and get your first sneak peek …

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