The Wordsmith’s Word Of The Day: Loquacity

So, you’re an aspiring writer. And you’re currently working on a story, but you’ve been struggling to find a word that succinctly describes one of your character’s penchant for talking too much. Well, you’re in luck! My word of the day maybe just what you are looking for.   Loquacity [loh-kwas-i-tee] Definition noun, plural loquacities.... Continue Reading →

Better Late Than Never

  When my upcoming second novel is published next week it will be almost a year late. An argument can be made that the delay was avoidable, but the process of writing The Apprentice In The Master’s Shadow was such a valuable learning experience that I wouldn’t change how things ultimately panned out. It was... Continue Reading →

The Rehabilitation Of An Anti-Heroine

If you’ve been following my writing career from the beginning, you may recall some of my ruminations on Kayden Jayta, the protagonist of my first book, The Exercise Of Vital Powers, during its participation in the 2017 SPFBO competition. While writing the book, I was aware that she was a risky character to employ as... Continue Reading →

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