I hadn’t planned on writing this blog post, but recent events has caused something to grind my gears. Specifically, the term message fiction. Message fiction is the latest in a long line of words that have been generated or co-opted […]
Here’s what I’m hoping will be a weekly feature, time permitting. I thought it would be fun to post a snippet of something I’ve been working on. This time out, I picked something I did quite a while ago and […]
My new collection of Sarah Frost steampunk tales are available in an awesome new bundle on Bundle Rabbit. Check out the Steam bundle today.
Busy times over here at Mechanoid Press. I’ve got two new e-books for your reading enjoyment. This book collects my three Sarah Frost steampunk tales, The Clockwork Conundrum, The Drood Enigma, and The Spring-heeled Jack Affair, together in one volume. […]
Netflix is a goldmine of old 80’s direct to video films, many forgotten (and justly so). In this installment of Retro Reviews I wanted to re-examine one such film that I just re-watched on Netflix last night, the 1986 Charlie […]
A couple of years back I sat down one afternoon and wrote a comic book script, mostly to see if I could do it. I’ve been wanting to write a comic script for a few years now, and I thought […]
I have a Patreon page. I would be honored if you would check it out and donate if you’re so inclined. It would really help me create even more cool stuff. You can check it out here.
In my last blog post I talked about three pervasive writing myths and how continued belief in them stymies writers. That post turned out to be rather popular, with lots of likes and shares on Facebook, so I thought I […]
Myth #1: Someone Will Steal Your Ideas This little ditty comes mostly from newbie writers who haven’t published a thing and still don’t know how this weird wild world of publishing actually works. They think of the idea as the […]
In this second video I do a quickie review of my writer’s secret weapon, the Alphasmart Neo.