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Are You Called To Write?

Have you ever had a thought like this? Man, I’d really love to write a book someday, but I have no idea where to start.

I used to have similar thoughts, but I worked my butt off over the past 11 years, and I’ve been published in Flash Fiction Magazine, Noir Nation No. 3, as well as having self-published A Collection of Reflections (poetry) and Frost: An Otherworld Tale (my debut novel).

If you love a good story, that love is all you need to become a writer. I’ve invested a lifetime of passion and thousands of dollars in learning about writing craft and the publishing industry, and I’d love to share what I’ve learned with those of you who have an inner storyteller begging to get out.

If you’d like to learn more, you can reserve your seat at my upcoming writing workshop dates HERE. The workshops will be held at The Creative Kitchen in my aweome hometown of Bay Minette, Alabama.

Here’s a fun exercise for those of you considering attending the workshop (or anyone who wants to join in, for that matter):

Describe your worst fear in a single paragraph, but there’s a catch; you cannot name your fear in the paragraph. Post your answers in the comments and we’ll try to guess your fear!

Universe Building

I’m working on creating the universe in which The Alexandria Chronicles serial(s) will take place, and it is a MASSIVE job. I’m also having trouble deciding if I’m going to have it take place on an intragalactic or intergalactic scale. I know there’s going to be a lot of travel between star systems, etc., but how far do I want to be able to expand within this universe? Intergalactic travel makes the scale absolutely massive, but it also offers more options for expansion later on. Maybe I should start with the first book taking place within one extremely large, fictional galaxy, and then expand beyond that later if I need to?

Input is welcome.



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