Trillers (Part 2)

Josiah Neuwirth looked out over his land. It had been another good day and the harvest this year would be sure to see his family through the winter. The previous year had seen tremendous snowfall, Josiah and his wife May had lost the youngest of their four children to hunger and prayed that God would... Continue Reading →

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Trillers (Part 1)

By the mid-22nd century, time travel had become a mundane and everyday reality. When the phenomenon had first been introduced to the mass consciousness due to a theft of documents by a government employee, massive steps had been proposed to limit the possibly detrimental effects of what would likely become a hugely popular social pastime.... Continue Reading →

Stone’s Flow

A short story I wrote this morning: Out from the mists that surrounded Stone's Flow rode eight horsemen. At their head was a recruiting sergeant. He called for all men of age to step forwards and to fight for the South. John Blenny was 17 and, with his mother, Hannah, gripping at his arm, he... Continue Reading →

Making the book into a short film

I had an idea, after making a book trailer, that I should develop the trailer into a short film in order to promote the book story a bit more but also just to have a good time spent with friends while making it. Having no idea whatsoever how to make a short film, I started... Continue Reading →

Free book – The Dead Famous: Chapter 1

At the moment this blog finds me in the middle of pre-production on a short film version of my book, so in the meanwhile I'm going to start posting the book here, chapter by chapter. I hope it brings at least some of you some reading pleasure 🙂 Chapter 1 “It’s Friday, it’s five to... Continue Reading →

Book Trailer fun

Most of my posts, if not all of them, have been about my ill-conceived and badly carried out plans on how to produce a book and then go about marketing it; this post will be no exception. I previously posted a link to the book trailer I made to promote my book, The Dead Famous.... Continue Reading →

Making a book trailer

In response to a link posted by @SandyAppleyard on Twitter, I decided to make my own book trailer for The Dead Famous using what little film making skill I have (i.e. none).  My first step was to read through the post describing what a trailer should contain adn what structure it might take. I then went... Continue Reading →

Originality in plot

I read, quite some time ago, a claim that William Shakespeare had managed to encapsulate most story types within his works. He had been so successful at doing this that now, as a result, people tend to refer to the story types via his writings rather than any works created before him even if the... Continue Reading →

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