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The Courage to do What’s Write – I am Captain Kirk – Writing by the Seat of your Pants

I am Captain Kirk Writing by the Seat of your Pants I am Captain Kirk.  As much as I was Captain Picard on my way to work last week, when It comes to writing, my style is much more Kirk than Picard.  Let me see if I can explain a little better. Kirk and Picard […]

The Courage to do What’s Write – I am Captain Picard – Finding Your Muse

I am Captain Picard – Finding Your Muse By Jeff Hite This morning on my way to work, I was Captain Picard. Let me back up a little and explain what I mean. In spite of what ever feelings you might have about who is the best captain, or who should go down in history […]

Fiction Tuesday # 2

August 16, 2011
Fiction Tuesday # 2

Bullets and Tears By Dan Absalonson From Daily Writing Prompt #48 Please consider leaving a donation over 60% of all donations go straight to the author William stood over the body and wept. It was not the first time and would not be the last, but still he wept. Killing was part of his job. […]

Fiction Tuesday # 2

August 16, 2011
Fiction Tuesday # 2

Bullets and Tears By Dan Absalonson From Daily Writing Prompt #48 Download the Audio here Please consider leaving a donation over 60% of all donations go straight to the author William stood over the body and wept. It was not the first time and would n…

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to Writing – Some thoughts for new writers

Some thoughts for new writers By Philip (Norval Joe) Carroll It looks like others are giving their weekly Flagship blog a name, so I thought I would do the same. I’m going with “Random Ruminations Remotely Related to Writing.” In a departure from how I normally approach this blog, I’m going to write directly about […]

The Courage to Do What’s Write – Being a Part time Writer

The Courage to Do What’s Write is a weekly post about what it takes to be a writer. By Jeff Hite The other day I read a blog post about being a full time writer and how it is not all that it is cracked up to be. It seems that some people have this […]

Flagship Issue 6

July 5, 2011
Flagship Issue 6

This issue Includes: Captain’s Chair – Looking Back at the Year Ahead – Zach Ricks Guardian of Xarg – Lance Schonberg Lumberjill – Daniel Ausema Sean and Kitty in Love – Gary Cuba Please Spay Your Tribbles – Laura Nicole The Brisingamen – Hugh O’Donnell Flotsam – Rebecca Schwarz A View From the Poopdeck – […]

The Courage to Do What’s Write – Being a Part time Writer

The Courage to Do What’s Write is a weekly post about what it takes to be a writer. By Jeff Hite The other day I read a blog post about…

Check with the experts

June 24, 2011
Check with the experts

Check with the experts By Philip (Norval Joe) Carroll Let me say right off, “I am not an expert.” If that offends you, you can stop reading before you consider what I am saying is irrelivent drivle. I’m a story teller. I have been most of my life. From age six to about sixteen, my […]

While all my friends were at Balticon living it up

While all my friends were at Balticon living it up By: Philip (Norval Joe) Carroll While all my friends were at Balticon living it up, making new connections and reestablishing old, I stayed here in the Golden State. I was raised here. So, even though we’re in a real estate slump that has decimated people’s […]

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