Ninja Stuff

Here are some of my posts about writing you might like and may even occasionally find useful: 


A Pound of Flesh, No More, No Less: A Post About Editing

All Finished Now and Revolution

An Appropriate Relationship Between Author and Blogger: Part One Part Two

An Open Letter to Stephen King

Audio from the Indy Author Fair 2017 Genre Writing Panel

Author, Year One: Part One Part Two

Author, Year Two

Author, Year Three

Cannibalism: A Post About Editing: Part One  Part Two

Conference with the Cannibals

"Derangement is Another Form of Love" at Pearls Cast Before A McPig

E-books VS Print Books

Funeral for a Friend (in which I discuss my failed novel)

God Help Me, I've been Inspired by Ayn Rand (cold shiver) 

Going Indie: Part One Part Two Part Three 

Hope Springs

How (NOT) to Make a Lasting Impression on a Literary Agent

How I Met my Agent: Part One  Part Two

Indiana, My Home

"Is it Possible to Write a Realistic Zombie Book for Kids" at Zombie Guide Magazine 
  
Life Without Television Part One  Part Two

Middle Grade Ninja Press Official Style Guide

Muses and the Magic of Fiction Writing

Music to Write By  

My Review of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice

New Cover and Ninja Update

On Conspiracy Theories and Flying Saucers

On Heartbreak and Diversity in Traditional Publishing Part One Part Two

On the Destructive Desire for Fame (And Ben Affleck)

On Using Naughty Words in Fiction

Return to Middle Grade

"Robert Kent Annoys Christians (And Zombies)" at Zombie Pop

Setting Goals for your Writing 

Stage Fright for Writers 

Story Compromise

Swimming with Sharks Part One  Part Two 

The Cannibalization of All Right Now

The Importance of Humility in Writers (Or, Unless Your Teaching the Writer's Workshop, Shut Up)

The Making of My First Audiobook

The True Ninja Paces Himself

This Aggression Will Not Stand, Rand 

Thoughts on Blogging  

Thoughts on the Indiana SCBWI Conference

Thoughts on the Midwest Writers Workshop  

Too Many Movies

Why we Write Part One  Part Two

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