Historical and Research Favorites

Doggone it, Foxfier! Look what you made me do! The post on various books I have read sent me down the rabbit hole, giving me cause to remember some of my favorite history books, all of which could be very useful to those looking for research materials. The children’s encyclopedias tend to combine everything – … Continue reading Historical and Research Favorites

Reposted: 3 Truths to Remember When Crafting Child Characters

Take a look at this thoughtful - and thought-provoking - piece, readers: 3 Truths to Remember When Crafting Child Characters Imagine that, for twenty-four hours, you’re limited to the use of half your vocabulary, your awareness of interpersonal subtext dims, and all your skills and strengths revert back to level one. On top of that, … Continue reading Reposted: 3 Truths to Remember When Crafting Child Characters

Bulletin: Welcome to The Guardian Cycle!

I have a new anthology live on Amazon, readers! Those of you who purchased Cirsova Magazine's 2020 Summer Issue will recognize "Death's Shadow," of course, but the other five stories have never been published before. Now available in ebook* and paperback*, I give you The Guardian Cycle, Vol.1: In Dreams and Other Stories: A man … Continue reading Bulletin: Welcome to The Guardian Cycle!

Reposted: 7 Tips for How to Add Complexity to Your Story

From K.M. Weiland, readers: 7 Tips for How to Add Complexity to Your Story So you want to add complexity to your story. Most authors do. Complexity just sounds so… sophisticated. It sounds like one of those novels or films that are taken apart and analyzed by really smart critics and professors. It sounds like … Continue reading Reposted: 7 Tips for How to Add Complexity to Your Story