Tag: writing tips

Behind “The Process”: Practice? We’re Talkin about Practice? Not the Game, But Practice?

For folks who saw the title and thought, The hell is he goin on about? I can’t even begin to describe it. Here… So, yes. Practice. We’re talking about practice. Not the game. What you do before the game, which, in this case, the…

Behind “The Process”: Querying Agents (Again)

Yo, yo, yo, As some of you may know, I’m a writer. I wrote a book called Switchers. It’s a YA speculative fiction novel, blending sci-fi and a wee little bit of horror. I have a section on my website that gives a better…

Classic Author Interviews: Christopher Tallon’s All-Time Favorites

What’s up, folks? Glad you’re here. Yesterday I wrote a post that referenced an author interview. In thinking more about that post, I consider it a mistake that I didn’t put a link to that interview in the post. I thought about going back…

Behind “The Process”: Where DO Ideas Come From?

I’m not asking in the way that people who don’t write ask writers. I’m asking in a reflective way, because, well, I’ve been in a bit of a funk lately. I’ve had some story ideas but haven’t latched on to one that I want…

Behind “The Process”: Plotting vs Writing

I started this blog to give would-be and struggling writers insights into the writing process. But the insights were mine and mine alone. I don’t wanna be the guy who tries to have all the answers. So my last post was an interview that…