Hello all! I never know how much to talk about my personal life on this blog. It’s really hard to find the healthy balance between writing related stuff and just life in general. I get demotivated because the actual process of writing novels and sending out query letters can get pretty dang boring, but then… Continue reading Emotions are For Writing, Not Feeling
For Lyssa Norton, a GISHWHES 140-Word flash fiction up at my site: http://www.audreygreathouse.com/writing.html Mischa Collins was a gifted professional actor, something that was advantageous in his day-to-day life as well as his career. Even still, he could not hide the injured pain he felt when told that Castiel was being recast. On Her Magesty’s Royal… Continue reading GISHWHES 2014 Story
Looking around as I attempt to establish myself as an author, I see a lot of people caught up in the dichotomy of, “To traditionally publish or not? That is the question.” Every corner of the literary internet has an opinion on whether self-publishing or traditional publishing is better, or who it is better for.… Continue reading Starting Small: Thinking Outside of Traditional and Self Publishing
The silver lining to every soggy cloud that’s been hanging over me lately: I’m publishing a short story. It’s still nice, after all this time, to be recognized for these little works. It takes a lot to send them out against the reliable onslaught of rejection letters. The story is called Last Man Waking and… Continue reading Last Man Waking
Not too many people know what a novelette is. They get the gist of it pretty easy, but it’s not a word that’s thrown around a lot. Unless you’ve spent some serious time going through the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America’s guidelines for the Nebula Awards though, chances are you don’t know a… Continue reading Why Would You Write a Novelette?