Galley Table 58 – Voice Acting

Galley table 58 Voice Acting Download This week’s cast and Crew Veronica Giguere Michell Plested Doc Coleman J.P. Losier Scott Roche Zack Ricks Jeff Hite Mentioned in this podcast The Action Pack The Secret World Chronicles – Book 5 – Waiting On Mad Scientist Anthology Be sure to Play along with the The Random Question […]

Lovers – A Review

February 14, 2012
Lovers – A Review

We’re a huge fan of Paul E. Cooley here at Abattoir. In the spirit of full disclosure, for those who don’t know, he’s a co-host on Grindstone our (irregularly) awesome podcast. We’ve been friends of his for years. Still, none of that’s enough to overlook bad writing. So when we say you need to go …Read the Rest

How to Write a Sentence – On Elephants

In which we learn two old yarns about elephants. Eating an Elephant There’s an old adage that the way to eat an elephant is one bite at a time. It’s a somewhat gory reminder that large and daunting tasks can be handled in smaller chunks. Be it cleaning out your garage or writing that next […]

Frederic’s Little Secret – A Review

It’s no secret that we love Phil Rossi. It’s not just his musical talent, rugged good looks, or affable and humble personality that makes us want to put his head in a jar to keep on our shelves here. He’s also a damn fine horror writer. So it won’t surprise you that we loved his …Read the Rest

Young Adult Urban Fantasy

February 2, 2012
Young Adult Urban Fantasy

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to wRiting. Did I mention I’m listening to Tim Power’s book, “On Stranger Tides”? As I mentioned in my review of “Declare” there was historical basis for many of the events surrounding Kim Filby. I think this book will be similar in that there is a lot about pirates. Specifically Black […]

Flagship Volume 2 Issue 2

February 2, 2012
Flagship Volume 2 Issue 2

Flagship Volume 2 Issue 2
January 2012
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“The Game of Thrones” by George R. R. Martin. A review.

Dear imaginary friends and non-existent readers. I had promised you the review of “The Game of Thrones” written by George R. R. Martin, but I have had some experiences with writing and publishing, this week, that I want to share with you instead. Not really. Laura Nicole is a fan of “The Game of Thrones”. […]

Ok. So I lied.

January 20, 2012
Ok. So I lied.

Random Ruminations Remotely Related to wRiting I was planning on writing a review of George R. R. Martin’s first book in the “Game of Thrones” series, but I’m having an internal battle. I hate to break a promise to my many imaginary readers, but since you don’t truly exist, does it really matter?   As […]

Abattoir Presents “In The Deep Dark”

Welcome to the first issue of Abattoir Presents. For it, we have chosen a story by Justin Macumber of the Dead Robots Society podcast. “In The Deep Dark” is a keen example of the sort of psychological horror I love. He builds good atmosphere and gets at the core of one of our primal fears. …Read the Rest

The Courage to Do What’s Write – Getting it Done

Getting it Done By Jeff Hite As a writer there a times that I really struggle to well, um write. There are stories that need to be written for sure. There ideas and half written epics all gathering dust on the back shelves of my imagination. So it is not for a lack of things […]

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