From General Dalton: Commander Wild Hunt

FLASH MESSAGE Wild Hunt Headquarters Fort Lewis, Washington  From: Commanding General Joshua Stephen Dalton to All Wild Hunt Troops To all my fellow soldiers of the Wild Hunt: I first want to wish Teams Orion, Tyr, Arawn, and Tatanka for being the on-duty teams this week of Thanksgiving. Second, I would like to take a moment …

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Writing For Yourself

Writing For Yourself Hey folks. D.A. here. I just wanted to take a little bit of time to write out a blog entry and share some thoughts with you all. Lately, I’ve been stressed out about a lot of things. I won’t go into the whys and wherefores, but it was affecting my writing. Not …

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New Book Release! The Nightmare Hunter – Uncanny Valley

The Nightmare Hunter - Uncanny Valley New release! The Nightmare Hunter - Uncanny Valley! Available now in Kindle and Print editions. Along the Mogollon Rim in Arizona, hikers and campers have been disappearing with astonishing frequency for years. When an eyewitness comes forward, she’s dismissed as being crazy for claiming that Bigfoot abducted a woman …

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The Devil’s in the Details

The Devil’s in the Details Have you ever been watching a great movie, then notice a little detail that’s completely wrong? I do it all the time. Call it a blessing or a curse, but my brain picks out those little inconsistencies. I’m not sure why. I’m not even actively trying to do it. The …

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Selecting Your Setting

Setting Selection One of the biggest decisions we make as authors when we prepare our next project is the setting. I know, that doesn’t sound like a big decision but believe me, it is. After all, it’s the backdrop in which your entire story will be written. Choosing the right setting can make or break …

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Inspiration versus Perspiration

Sometimes the writing comes easy. Other times, not so much. I’ve always read that you shouldn’t force it, but when you are trying to meet deadlines, what choice do you have. That’s when your writing becomes equal parts inspiration and perspiration. It’s just a fact of writing. The only other option is to just not …

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