Posts Tagged: trilogy

Passing the checkered flag

I’ve crossed the finish line with the last book in my Jeremy Shuttle Adventures trilogy.  The story is complete. Now comes the real adventure. The challenge with all new authors, self-published or small press, is creating enough of a convincing argument to the general public that (a) your writing is good and (b) you’re committed to… Read more »

Left-brain writing

It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, which is just another way of saying it’s time to get started on Book 3 of the Jeremy Shuttle Adventures, “What Now?” With that on the docket, I thought we’d spend a (brief) bit of time talking about my writing process, specifically the structure around my writing.  I’ll… Read more »

And so it begins…

The final book in Jeremy Shuttle’s adventure with his amazing sketchbook is now under way. You’ve followed Jeremy’s travels as he’s uncovered more about the sketchbook, more about his Dad’s mysterious disappearance and more about the part Jeremy and his imagination play in this strange and increasingly deadly chase.  Now, with “What Next?” having successfully… Read more »

It’s only writing…

It’s the final day of “Writing Week” on the JMD blog and boy are you glad! But not as glad as me!  Now, read on… Seriously, like the title says, how difficult can it be? The journey to complete the second book of my trilogy was very much akin to Jeremy’s travails within the story: … Read more »