Tag Archive: Writing

Mar 02

Find out about the Unbook…

Here’s another guest post I’ve written on the Modern Mythology website.  Check it out!   Related posts:A Nifty Tool For Your Transmedia Storytelling ToolboxComing Out of the Tardis (Pt. 3)I’m guest posting!

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Jan 16

Coming Out of the Tardis (Pt. 3)

The Tale of a Sci-Fi Soldier My battle buddies don’t ask, and I don’t tell.  It’s an uncomfortable situation, but it’s worked out so far.  Unfortunately, most people in my unit will never know the “real” me. Other Soldiers may know that I don’t like to drink Monster energy drinks, but would rather drink tea (well, …

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Mar 08

Advice to young writers…

As promised, here is another snippet from my many forum posts.  You can view the original here.  The following was some advice I posted for a young 18-year-old writer who was having difficulty finding other writers to join his circle… First off MC, let me start this post with a few words of praise. If what …

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Mar 03

The Writing Circle (Writers writing about…writing?)

The following is an edited post that I originally published last year.  It’s the first of several I’ll be sharing with you.  They are all from the writing forum of a web-comic that I was reading during my deployment to Iraq.  As my blog focuses primarily on writing, I thought it might be a good idea …

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Jan 25

Writers! Help prevent imagination dehydration… send a Soldier a book.

To give Soldiers your books!   But don’t worry about mailing them. Many Soldiers have computers and e-readers now. With no out-of-pocket expense to you (except royalties, of course), you can make your e-books available to deployed Soldiers around the world. Now you can support your troops, and gain a new and dedicated fan base …

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