Force your children to learn Navajo. Prioritize all the household projects you have. That way, when you go back to work, you’ll know which of them to feel guiltiest about not doing. Watch five minutes of each of your cable channels in order… except Lifetime. That would be cruel. Meditate until you become enlightened… check […]Read More What You Can Do Stuck at Home Waiting for the Apocalypse
Write every day. If a million monkeys with a million typewriters can eventually produce Hamlet, you should be able to write something that isn’t total crap because–are you dumber than a monkey? Write what you want to write about instead of what the market demands. This way, you can keep your integrity, which can be […]Read More Writing Tips!
[These are the final chapters to the outline of my romance novel, Desire Under the Alligators. The first three chapters can be read here; and, the second three chapters are, conveniently enough, right here.] Chapter 7: At the start of this chapter, every main character dies… or do they? Actually, it is subtext to an […]Read More Desire Under the Alligators: Last Four Chapters
[You’ll find the first three chapters here] Chapter 4: Things get complicated when Rodney hires a beautiful young grad student to calm the audience during the big alligator parade at the climax of the act. The woman’s name is “Busty Minx”, although her stage name is “Sara Fowler”. Sara draws the attention of the two […]Read More Desire Under the Alligators, Chapters 4 – 6
[What follows is an idea for a romance novel that I came up, last year. It is a heart-warming, sensitive piece of dreck I think the general public will eat up like the hogs that they are… Chapters 4 – 6 are here] Chapter 1. Sally Golimply is born in the slums of Vatican City. […]Read More Desire Under the Alligators Chapters 1 – 3