I was thinking, after some of my recent setbacks, that I should remind myself why I’m doing what I’m doing and what I want to accomplish with it.
As you may have gathered if you read my previous post, last week I had one of my periodic crises of confidence about my writing abilities and devoting as much time to it as I currently do. So I looked about to see what I could do to combat it.
I’ve posted a new short story – The Steal. No prizes for guessing what happens in it. A little less… Read more New Story – The Steal
First off, let me apologise because this has an equal danger of turning into a rant and/or a whinging session, so I’m sorry if it does. Consider this your chance to step away before I get started…
Since we have some of the same interests, I often find myself talking sci-fi/fantasy with one of my co-workers. This is the same one that gave me the Star Wars notebook at Christmas, so you see what I mean. However, we do sometimes have differences of opinion.
Randy Hanson is a second-year medical student immersed in his life of classes, study groups, and one-night stands. But that part of his life ends abruptly when he meets Jane, a gorgeous young psychology student. Soon, he has to find a way to balance the increasing demands of his medical training with his burgeoning relationship with Jane.
This past week I’ve been thinking about adaptations. Mainly because I’ve been re-listening to the Song of Ice and Fire… Read more From book to screen
While I know I’m a ways off from publishing anything and needing to worry about it in earnest, but with me… Read more Judging a Book…
I was thinking that for March that I should pare my goals back a bit and focus more on just getting some writing done. Then I started thinking about how best I could facilitate getting that writing done. and ended up almost making more goals for myself anyways. Ah well…
I know you’ve all been on the edge of your seat, wanting to know how I got on with my February goals list. Well, let’s find out, shall we?