You can actually get pretty crazy with your world building details, if the Ottomans are any judge of things.
If you feel like your writing has left you stuck on an island of rejections, maybe a 5-year-plan can help you fix that boat
Article published by the Science Fiction Writers of America blog.
2019 heads into the rear view, and I take one last look at it before launching into 2020.
50,000 words in thirty days is tough for anyone. Here are some of the things that helped me succeed at the NaNoWriMo challenge this year.
My awards eligibility post for 2019
Wherein I explain why I get up at 3:30 most days to write, and what I REALLY think about that.
A link to my new story, Rabbit (published by Daily Science Fiction, November 1st, 2019)
My monthly writing report for August, 2019, or “How I Learned to Reduce Worrying and Love the Business Side of Writing.”
My monthly writing report for June, 2019 (and where to find me at Worldcon)