“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
By this novel, Bond has found the body of the woman he loved on the bed she committed suicide on, found out his love interest was actually engaged, been dragged across a coral reef behind a boat Continue reading Diamonds Are Forever Someone’s Best Friend
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
Despite the swelling around his eyes, Thornton’s vision was not impaired. Neither was Webb’s. Thornton could tell by the punches he threw at his head that he deflected deftly. Thornton and Webb were circling one another in the middle of the ring, each watching the other. Continue reading Learning to Duck
For every hero/heroin, there is a conflict that is set before them that they must overcome. Continue reading Make Bad Things Happen
Much like the Pirate’s Code, the rules that so many writer’s and English teachers talk about are merely guidelines. Continue reading A Guide to Writing