Archive for August 2014

An Excerpt from Guest Blogger & Author Daniel Haight's "Iron Mountain"

An Excerpt from Guest Blogger & Author Daniel Haight’s “Iron Mountain” I haven’t had a guest on my blog in forever but the other day I stumbled over this awesome author, Daniel Haight. Have you heard of him? Well, make sure you don’t forget this name. He’s incredible. Daniel Haight writes the Flotilla series–a near-future thriller…

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Writing from the Couch with Susan Wingate

Excerpt from “The Deer Effect” – A Psychological Suspenseful Tale Out November 5th. If you enjoy reading Alice Sebold, Margaret Atwood and Ian McEwan or any other authors who write family drama and psychologically suspenseful fiction. Writing from the Couch with Susan Wingate

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My Latest Thriller entitled "THE HUNGER EATER" by Susan Wingate

Bella released the safety with her thumb.

“Sorry Frank.” She straightened her arm, aiming the gun again and, with ample strength of her slender thumb, she cocked it and let Safra drop to the floor and once again stepped into a firing stance—one foot slightly in front of the other to prevent the loss of balance due to the gun’s kick.

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A Little Game Today on The Finer Act of Observing a "Thing"

A Little Game Today on The Finer Act of Observing a “Thing” I posted the question below on Facebook today. See, I’m thinking about teaching a writing class on observation, about what makes up observing something and how writers might learn to observe correctly–whether we’re observing a person, place or thing, meat, vegetable, fruit, animal or mineral. But,…

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