Working in the Writing Community

The movement of Self Publishing has many critics. Most say it is too easy for bad writing to get published.  Some say there is a plagiarism issue. Many struggle to gain traction, a wide readership for their works. Amazon and other platforms are working to address the plagiarism issues. Since Harlow Hunter and I publish … Continue reading Working in the Writing Community

Varied Interests

As I sit here watching the All Star Game with my friends I think about some advice from a Self Publishing Twitter Account I follow. Don't talk about yourself on your blog and make sure your post all have the same theme. Thinking back, rereading, I ponder this advice. My use of my own experiences … Continue reading Varied Interests

And Now For Something Completely Different

While I have been uninspired the last few days I thought to look back over some previous work.  This lead to the rediscovery of my poetry written for various college level English courses.  I had posted the collection of my poetry as one of my future project. When I started to go back over them … Continue reading And Now For Something Completely Different

Bratwurst. The Enlightened Post for the Day

I have mentioned before the difficulty in writing good sex scenes because of a lack of verbiage for the bottom half of the human anatomy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Or_fn2_1lDA Moving beyond the problem of bratwurst, there are other writing faux pas an aspiring romance writer needs to watch out for. I have written gay sex, heterosexual sex, and … Continue reading Bratwurst. The Enlightened Post for the Day

Trimming the Fat from Writing (Instead of the Turkey)

Recently as I have been going back through my writings for the Bear and Hunter Series and editing I have discovered how much wasted word nonsense I wrote.  My co-author, Harlow Hunter, and I write via Skype's messenger service.  In the moment phrases, grammar and mediocre writing is somewhat acceptable if it gets the point … Continue reading Trimming the Fat from Writing (Instead of the Turkey)

High Expectations–Shoot Past the Moon

This post is going to be partly a rant, slightly political and general observations by me, A.C. Liddle. I will start with this...how much lower can our expectations as a society be set?  At what point in the bar on the ground? In my humble opinion we have, as a society, have come to expect … Continue reading High Expectations–Shoot Past the Moon