Jeremiah’s Last Call is an exciting and profoundly interesting biblical-historical novel (according to my wife Marcia, who is extremely intuitive). Here, as time passes and for essentially no charge, I will share with aspiring novelists the entire writing/publishing process from research and stylistic choices to the finished novel. Peruse my latest posts below and please consider subscribing. Thanks for visiting.
Writing a novel’s opening is like dropping your child off on the first day of school. Eventually, you have to wave goodbye and drive away.
There’s nothing more important, or difficult, than crafting a novel’s first sentence. Except perhaps for the sentence that follows. Charles Dickens, however, often made it look easy. Consider Dickens’ classic start to A Tale of Two Cities… It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom,…
Some advice can be useless, especially when it comes to writing. Consider the following six simple “rules” for writing the perfect novel.