Tag Archive: #fictionwriting

Destiny: New Plot:Timeline

This might be a familiar photo for those who follow this post. This is The Destiny Series timeline. The white cards along the middle are the actual timeline. All other cards build on… Continue reading

Update on Jessica’s Mission

I have once again finished a rewrite of Jessica’s Mission, the third novel in People of Akiane Trilogy. Since this was supposed to be my final rewrite, I had planned to send it… Continue reading

Visiting Old Posts

Forestwood of Australia and I have been checking out each other’s blogs. I’ve learned that she has a material shop filled with fabric that she designed. She also introduced me to her other… Continue reading

Destiny: Gods of Aghular

Naw was the first of the gods. He brought all other gods into existence. The gods are an important part of The Destiny Series. The series covers more than 4,000 years of Aghular’s… Continue reading

Destiny: Theodore Epperson’s Timeline

Three friends, Eric, Vinnie and Cody, work together at Miller Chevrolet. They’re friendship and love of zombies inspired me to write two short stories. They became the Miller brothers who accidentally find a… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Brilliant

“He let you put them up?” “Yes. The owner likes me. He thought it was a great idea.” “Why?” “We’re here in secret.” “This I know.” She leaned in and softly said, “No… Continue reading

Still Writing

I have a girl friend who buys these booklets for me. I don’t know where she gets them, but they come in all kinds of colors. They’re not thick, maybe a hundred pages… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Self-Worth

“So pretentious. Look at this place. Such high ceilings as I if to say, ‘No one else is as grand as me.’ And what are those circular things? Hun? With the light in… Continue reading

Strong Women Fictional Characters

While browsing blogs, JacInTheBox found an interesting article on Strong Women. I’ll let you read her post and find the original post that started this blog chain on Strong Women. Both are well… Continue reading

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