Chapter 7 is live. Go to Channillo.com to read it. Here's the first scene: Miles’ dream began the same each night. Falling into the depths, a stomach-churning drop into an abyss with neither beginning nor end. The surrounding darkness was near total, the thin line to which he fell a black beyond black—an absence of…Read more Chapter 7 of The Stone of Tantalus is live!
Go here to read it. You know you want to! Here's the first scene... Philip Carson sat alone in his small two-bedroom home, the glowing television his only illumination and companion. Like his sister less than a mile away, he held a beer in his hand that was one sip shy of empty, and now…Read more Chapter 6 of The Stone of Tantalus is live!
Sorry it took so long. Been busy working on the new novel and getting the last one out. Go here to read the latest installment. Here's a sample: You never could tell about a person. How their childhood affected them later in life, or the choices they would make based on how they were raised. …Read more Chapter 12 of The Stone of Tantalus is live!
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by Stephanie O’Brien When you start to create a novel, one of the first questions you have to ask yourself is, “Should I start by creating an outline, or just fly by the seat of my pants?” Both of these options have their merits. As I noted in a previous blog post, creating an […] via…Read more How To Outline By the Seat of Your Pants — A Writer’s Path