Tag Archives: Jim b

Back into horror we go

So I’ve been hard at work this past week getting my next horror book, The Floors, done.  Can’t say when it’ll be live to world, still has a long way to go, but writing it has been fun… and somewhat … Continue reading

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The return of Pulsate

It’s here! :) My serialized story about a woman who is destined to hunt creatures is back.  As you may remember, last season ended with a huge fight between Asa and an Old Man vampire. For those who haven’t read … Continue reading

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Looking beyond Amazon

You all know how much I enjoy Amazon… as a company, as an innovator, the whole package.  I enjoy them and what they’ve done – and it’s not all related to publishing.    While Amazon is the biggest kid on … Continue reading

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Two points to make.

I had a rant planned, but I gave up on it.  I prefer to stay calm, here in the now, and enjoy life.  So I’m going to make two honest points here and let you all be.  I hope you … Continue reading

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My reason for outlining.

Up until last week, I hated outlines.  I never used them.  I never understood them.  And in their defense, I never tried to use them before. I always felt writing should be organic, free flowing, let the story come to … Continue reading

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eTLC feature The Devil’s Weekend!

This is a cool, new site.  And for my authors out there, they are offering their listings free for the moment.  So get on it. Taken from their site: Use eTLC to discover the work of independent (indie) authors. The … Continue reading

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Staring Down Editing

It’s a funny thing, editing, that is.  Our first draft, once finalized, in our minds is the masterpiece of a lifetime.  We can read it a dozen times or so after writing that first sentence and marvel at what have … Continue reading

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A great way to start the week.

When I type right here, right now, on this blog, I’m staring at a screen.  It’s hard to imagine any of you out there reading this… but I know you do because the stats tell me, as do the subscriptions. … Continue reading

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My broken watch.

Two years ago I bought this watch off Ebay. It was like $10. I wore it once, and it died a week later. I was in this cool writing image thing… I wanted to wear a lot of necklaces and … Continue reading

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One. Step. At. A. Time.

There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t see the following threads…   (1)   $2.99 or $0.99 (2)   Should (or How Do) I Make My Book Free?   Each time I see this, I shake my head a … Continue reading

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