Writing Science Fiction – Revisited

There’s much more to sci-fi than science. On this day last year, I wrote a post about writing sci-fi. Rather than reposting it, I’m going to rewrite it. Science is important, but it’s not everything. Chances are, your characters don’t live and breathe science on a daily basis. Even the ones that do will stillContinue reading “Writing Science Fiction – Revisited”

Haiku – July 3

Write the story now, While it’s fresh in mind and heart, Or leave to simmer.

What could there be to writing more than writing itself? Inspiratioin, perspiration, and beyond.

The answer is that there’s plenty. Writing is like a puzzle. All the pieces are mixed up in the box, and a finished puzzle (published book) seems a thousand miles away. Actually writing, either by pen or by keyboard, will get you only about a quarter of the way assembled and ready to go. AnotherContinue reading “What could there be to writing more than writing itself? Inspiratioin, perspiration, and beyond.”

Update on my Writing

I haven’t posted about my plans for books lately. I’m still working on the illustrations for “Our Place: Monica and Brad Start School.” I hate the idea of not blogging every day, but I’m starting to think I might need to change my schedule in order to have enough energy to revise my next bookContinue reading “Update on my Writing”

A Letter to Letters

Dear Letters, It’s writing Wednesday, and I used to write you on Wednesdays every week. I tried to be philosophical, funny, factual, or just plain foolish. Do you think I should bring you back as a regular feature? You know, maybe between writing advice posts? Oh, my phone’s ringing. “Hello, this is Hyacinth, who’s calling?”Continue reading “A Letter to Letters”