If you’re traveling somewhere do you want to be looking at a vast area of nothingness for long periods of time? Or do you want to see a landscape rich in color and terrain? It’s the same in writing. Continue reading Two Little Words
It’s the uncertainty in combat zones soldiers face, where their situational awareness is tested. Where what you thought was right might not be right, or what you thought was wrong…wasn’t. Continue reading Fog of War
Maybe if you’re like me, you have many scenes disconnected and needing something to connect them all. I’m a very linear thinker, so I need to know what comes next or else nothing gets done. Continue reading On Structuring Your Story
When you have that story or picture of what you want to make, don’t share it with everybody you know. This is extremely difficult with social media demanding that we share everything we ever do. Continue reading Secret Writer Man
“You cannot die now, Colton,” she said. She knelt down. He reached out to touch her, but his hand would not move. “You still have much to do.” She disappeared. Continue reading Sagebrush Kid’s Bad Day
I was fortunate to meet Alex Schnee in my first year of college at Flathead Valley Community College here in Kalispell, and follow her amazing travels and achievements after she went to New York to pursue a degree in Creative Writing (which I didn’t even know you could do at that time). Continue reading Podcast Drop!
She had spun a tale that left little drops which would lead to a bigger pool. Breadcrumbs. Foreshadowing. What every author hopes to be able to do well. Continue reading Plotterheads