My Inkshares pre-order failed, now what? Well, I continue on and go to Plan B. Okay, not THAT Plan B. I mean, what I was going to do in the first place with Shift before deciding to give Inkshares a shot. Wait… So does that mean “Plan A”?
The first trailer for my upcoming science fiction book, Shift. It’s available for pre-order now!
Shift, the hard science fiction book that I have been writing for two years, is available for pre-order! Here’s how you can get your copy and support the book’s future.
Apostate is a Western set in 1871 in the Californian gold boom town of Dogtown, California. It is told in real time from the perspective of a rancher chasing down his kidnapped wife and is free to read.
VIOLENCE AND ADULT LANGUAGE WARNING!
The third anthology from TWG Press, Peak Heat, is now available! It’s 9 different authors’ takes on society and survival in the dystopian world of Peak Heat, where the global temperature has reached an apex. This article contains the first scene from author Brian Q. Webb’s story Macroseism, which closes out the anthology.
Happy New Year, everyone! Since the end of the summer, I’ve been writing, rewriting, redrafting, and editing a short story that will appear in the next Taipei Writers’ Group anthology, Peak Heat. Yes, “Peak Heat” does sound vaguely erotic, but I assure you that it’s not. Peak Heat is the term used to describe the climax…wait…I’m not helping my case, am I? It’s the point of the Global Climate Change phenomenon in which the global average temperature reaches it’s peak.
Thus, Peak Heat.
A practical review of the Microsoft Universal Keyboard, written after a couple of months of regular usage. I explore the wonderful cross-platform nature of it and how miraculous the key travel distance is given its thin size, plus the warts…like some app bugginess and that annoying broad space down the middle.
A couple of months ago, I posted an article on how, in my novel planning process, I only covered the major plot markers that I needed to hit and left out any specific detail. I did this primarily for two reasons: I prefer discovery writing as a process and I like my writing inspiration to come from the people and events that I encounter daily. On the second reason, here’s a practical example of how that works.
A look at the latest biannual anthology from the Taipei Writer’s Group, Night Market. It includes works from Brian Q. Webb, J.J. Green, L.L. Phelps, Katrina A. Brown, and more.
My experiences on dealing with pseudoscience and New Age philosophies while trying to research accepted scientific theories on the Internet.