Changing careers and sticking with the novel writing.
What happens when you can’t find that thing while packing.
I am so close to finishing the final edits on this short story — and therefore being done with said story — I can taste it. Come to Daddy.
Nothing much — just today’s writing soundtrack.
Long time no post from me! Unfortunately this post won’t offer too much. This was just my writing soundtrack this evening. Incidentally (? or not) the chapter I wrote this evening was entirely about spanking. I really am writing Trufax Srs Bsns Literature tho.
. . . you are neck deep in a longer work of fiction, and a short story from months ago decides to show up and demand attention. (Of course this story couldn’t have shown up when I was actively working on it. Why would it do that.)
. . . I can’t hear you over the sound of how awesome it is to write an entire chapter about fellatio.
I just spent the morning writing about kisses. Life is good.
Tonight, as the first major turning point of my work in progress unfolds:
I love first person present tense. For me it’s the most demanding of any point of view and tense, because it requires the utmost discipline and agility to work effectively. There are plenty of utilitarian examples of first person present tense. The one which springs readily to my mind is The Hunger Games. It was first person presentContinue reading “Whose Skin Am I In”