NaNo 2016 Recap

Well, I didn't hit the 50K word count goal for NaNoWriMo 2016, but I wasn't planning on doing that. (I'm trying to remind myself that I didn't really "fail" this year's NaNoWriMo challenge, because my goals were different from the word count ones. It's kind of working.) Instead, I focused my energies on the rewrite … Continue reading NaNo 2016 Recap

Writing, Responsibility, and the Conundrum of Characters with Guns

Since the first flash of a projectile from a barrel around 1000 CE, the gun has had a rich and varied history across most all avenues of life: social, economical, political, and creative. It also has the power to divide people and opinions like no other tool before or since. Let's be clear: a gun … Continue reading Writing, Responsibility, and the Conundrum of Characters with Guns