Monthly Archives: August 2013

 Wondering how to write a play? I thought this question would best be answered by an actual playwright. Greg Owens was hired as an adjunct at Montana State University during my junior year of college. I was unsure what I was … Continue reading

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How do I come up with creative writing ideas to get my character(s) out of a corner? An author is kind of like a chess player. Planning is required to plot out what’s going to happen at least one chapter … Continue reading

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Interview with Carl Douglass: This novel is the first in a series about aspiring neurosurgeon, Garven Wilsonhulme. This novel begins with the main character at ten years old. Even at that young age, Garven has a mischievous personality and curious … Continue reading

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Why write in one genre versus several book genres? Why write in a few book genres or just one? As my readers know, I love to write in Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Political Intrigue (usually with a dystopian setting) and Children’s Literature. … Continue reading

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