Alien Encounters: On Writing Sentient Beings Beyond

Millions of people have stared into the night sky and asked, are we alone? Arthur C. Clarke has said, “Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.” But if we are not alone, what will we find? There are thousands of science fiction and science

Anthology Book Launch Party for California Screamin’

Join me as editor of the anthology and contributors E.S. Magill, Jean Graham, Aaron Smith, Richard W. Goldsmith, and Billy San Juan at this festive pre-Halloween Launch Party to celebrate the publication of California Screamin’. Come early for champagne, cake, and other holiday goodies. Anthology contributors will discuss the anthology and read spell-binding snippets of

A Lesson on Tense

Alright, I’m going to take a moment here and go back to high school English, and spell out a quick lesson on the difference between different tenses and the importance of sticking to just one throughout your book. Why? Because it’s annoying when a writer starts out talking about what a character did, and then suddenly

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