Like L’Oréal, My Writing is Worth It!


This weekend I'm headed back to New York City for the second time this year. And for the first time in a long while I'm going as an attendee. No booths, no panel appearances. It'll be a nice change of pace. However, it felt a bit odd deciding to head to the Writer's Digest Conference. … Continue reading Like L’Oréal, My Writing is Worth It!

Myths and Legends Con – 2017 Schedule!


9 hours of programming for Myths and Legends Con this year! I've been at this con every year and look forward to it. This will mark my fifth year at MALCon and it continues to be one of my favorites! With the smaller attendance, you get a chance to talk to people, take a breath, really … Continue reading Myths and Legends Con – 2017 Schedule!

Denver Comic Con: 2017. Let’s do this!


Thomas A. Fowler, author of nerdy things here! I'll be at the Spine Press + Post booth all weekend for Denver Comic Con! I'll be at booth B11 alongside fellow author Melissa Koons. Come see us, we've got new books to sell, giveaways and convention exclusive sales! Take a look and we'll see you there. … Continue reading Denver Comic Con: 2017. Let’s do this!

Simplifying the Ascent


Several weeks ago, I wrote about treating your writing like a mortgage. You owe yourself a daily word count and effort to contribute to your success. Well, I spent five weeks doing great with it. At one point I even exceeded my set pace. With 2541 words ahead, I had given myself two days worth … Continue reading Simplifying the Ascent

NECESSITIES OF SEARCH: CONSISTENCY


One element that is persistently required of your website or blog is consistency. It's vital. By doing so, you create a consistent voice for yourself on the web and it creates content on a calendar. What does "Consistency" in writing blog posts and content on your website mean? Exactly that, it means that there is something … Continue reading NECESSITIES OF SEARCH: CONSISTENCY

Literary Music Lessons: Motivation and Norah Jones


Motivation: it can be the factor in your writing that determines how readers perceive your characters. Think of your favorite heroes. Now your favorite villains. Odds are if you thought about their character arcs, you also can figure out their motivation. Solid characters need something to drive them, even if they're secondary. Because if a … Continue reading Literary Music Lessons: Motivation and Norah Jones