Posts Tagged: pacing


When it comes to my writing, I don’t suffer patience well. I’m in an uninteresting part of my book right now.  Yeah, that sounds bad to admit, but it’s not as bad as it sounds.  Or maybe it is.  If something is uninteresting to the writer, odds are it’s uninteresting to the reader. The problem… Read more »

Something old, something new

We’ve already gone over the “old”, as I’ve explained about my return to using the laptop in writing “What Now?”, Book 3 in the Jeremy Shuttle Adventures.  That’s the same way I wrote Book 1 (“What if?”) and I detailed for you the supposed benefits in yesterday’s post. Today, we’ll talk about the “new”, specifically,… Read more »