Howdy, y’all! I’m super excited to announce today that Crossroads is officially LIVE! The ebook is available on Amazon Kindle Google Play Store iBooks and Kobo Pick it up, read it, and leave a review! The paperback will be available very, very soon… possibly by tomorrow. I’ll announce it too. To celebrate, I’m gonna … More Crossroads is live!
My heart throbs… it beats really fast… I mean, it always does that, but right now I can actually feel it beating like really fast. Maybe I should get that checked but… I got my cover!!! *dances* *falls flat on face* Isn’t that awesome??!!! Shout out to my amazing cover designer! Exciting Announcement! “Crossroads” is … More Exciting Announcement! (& Free Book for Review)
Deep in the heart of the earth, in a dreary concrete bunker, I sit on a metal stool and prepare to be interrogated. There are questions I do not want to answer, but the results of this debriefing will determine my future–my survival. What did you accomplish this month? A lot. What do you mean “a lot”? You missed … More May Debriefing
When it comes to naming characters, I draw maps, diagrams, scribbles, but ultimately blanks. I got this unusual one off the back of a cereal box. No, not really. But the story if I could remember it was probably that amazing. Maybe I was eating fast food when inspiration struck, because… I named my main character in Crossroads, … More Crossroads: Jackson Bloyd
This is my first ever podcast!!!!!!!!! And I did it in a submarine! (JK, but I plan to upgrade my mic in the future.) In it, I share three thoughts on “defining your writing voice”. #1. Your writing voice should be your character’s voice #2. Your writing voice will vary by genre AND story length … More Podcast: Defining Your Writing Voice
In a room lit by a single, flickering lightbulb over a cold steel table, I am about to be interrogated. I am not under court martial–yet. The results of this debriefing will determine my future. What did you work on this month? Lots of things. Lots and lots of things. Projects, chores, education, projects… I … More April Debriefing
Phoenix — Paul Willis’ regular posting stopped April 8th after a lengthy struggle with aggressive writer’s block. Paul Willis is a veteran of NaNoWriMo, where he brought his first novel’s first draft to over 50,000 words. He grew up on the planet called earth, the only son of his mother and father. As a child, … More Obituary of the Late Paul Willis