This is page one of Into the Lightning Gate, a queer, sci-fi, action thriller available in paperback and for e-readers at Amazon. Get your copy now!
Story Prompt: There’s a problem with the paperwork.
There are both advantages and disadvantages to hiring an editor. It’s the same with editing your own work.
Story Prompt: First day on the job.
I was prepared to get negative reviews in return. But I wasn’t prepared to get reviews that are outright queer and transphobic. Silly me.
Well-written combat and action scenes can be a tense, exciting, and rewarding sequence for your reader to enjoy.
Story Prompt: Two children are digging through the trash
Finding the motivation to continue through the struggle points of any creative project can be a challenge, even in the best of times.
The publishing process is its own game. Here are some of the steps I took to publish my second book.
Story Prompt: The rescue never came.
Writing good dialogue doesn’t have to be hard. Like everything else with writing, it takes some thought, and lots of practice.
One of the most challenging details for me to master, at least when it comes to worldbuilding, is slang.
Into the LIghtning Gate