Monthly Archives: November 2019

Derailing Bedlam: End of the Brakeless Line Part 1 #fiction #adventure

As usual, here is your warning that this story has cursing, sex (not graphic), innuendo, and violence.  It’s my Rated-R action adventure called Derailing Bedlam.  This is the fourth outing (third official) for Cassidy and Lloyd, so feel free to … Continue reading

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What is an Homage?

The picture above really does answer the question, but you would be surprised how often people don’t consider the possibility of an homage.  It might not be a common phrase, especially in these days of reboots where it’s more likely … Continue reading

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Revisiting Legends: Timoran Wrath the Noble Barbarian #fantasy #adventure

This might be a shorter post than the others.  Within the pages of Legends of Windemere, Timoran Wrath stands out at being the most stable character.  He doesn’t change much over the course of the adventure in terms of personality.  There … Continue reading

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Diving Into Public Domain: The Pool Might Be Deepening

There’s going to be a few steps here because I’m sure people have questions. What is Public Domain? These are works that are no longer under copyrights because they have existed for a certain amount of time.  That’s a very … Continue reading

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Possible Blog Ideas for 2020 Unless Nothing Works

I’ve been wondering a lot about what I’m going to do on the blog next year.  Some things have ended like ‘Bedlam’ and others really don’t work like interviews.  I’m having a lot of trouble thinking up Ye Olde Shoppe … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of… Johann Conrad Dippel #Meetacharacter #Bundles #Frankenstein

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
A Day in the Life of Johann Conrad Dippel (the real-life inspiration for Dr. Frankenstein) (As told to DeAnna Knippling) *Who are you? Tell us about an average day in your life. I am an…

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A 3-Day Weekend To Wri . . . Is It the Thought that Counts Here? (Big, Angry Rant Because I Think I’m About Done)

(This post started comically and with good humor, but then it took a big turn.  You’ll see why.) Last weekend was fun with the little guy around.  I managed to finish a chapter section that was in limbo last Saturday … Continue reading

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