Month: January 2018

Crimson Bounty: A Sheriff John Crimson Story

I have just published, my third ebook on Amazon, Crimson Bounty: A Sheriff John Crimson Story. This is a short story and the first in what I hope is a series of stories based on the life of Sheriff John Crimson and the town…

Escapism

As writers, we tend to allow our readers to escape into the world that we have created for a couple of hours. As readers, we also lend ourselves to escape into the worlds that others have created. Why do we need to escape from…

Seeking the Truth

As writers, we tend to seek out the truth that is in our stories but we also want the truth to many different things as well. This includes relationships, love, friendship, identity, the government, history, and the list goes on. We seek the truth…

Should we be comparing Authors to each other?

We as humans tend to compare things to one another but should that mean our authors too. In a recent post, some said how as authors we don’t  talk about Shakespeare or Jane Austin or Stephen King and how they compare to one another….

You want to play a game?

There’s a game to everything that we do. We play it every time that we talk, every time we meet someone new. It’s a game sort of like cat and mouse. It’s a game that we either win or we lose, for there is…

The Importance of Human Life in Story

Yesterday, I wrote about the importance of Twilight from the perspective of how it has been criticized for some bad things that are featured in the book. However, what I forgot to mention was how there was a theme that resonated throughout the book…

The Importance of Twilight

Again I was roaming around Facebook and someone brought up how Twilight is a terrible book series. Yes, we know it has vampires that sparkle in the sun, and a love triangle. But at the heart of Twilight Stephanie Meyer’s had a way of…