Last to Rise (A Rojan Dizon Novel) is the final book in this series by Francis Knight. See my review for Fade to Black and the second in the series Before the Fall. The blurb: The city rises upwards not across. Those at the bottom, as you might imagine are rather downtrodden and rarely see… Continue reading Last to Rise: Book review
Ever get the feeling that you just do not know all the ins and outs of this business and you never will? I love to write. And I will continue to write. I improve my writing. I enjoy the whole process of it. Everything about it. Write. Write. Write. And edit. Yet I know nothing… Continue reading I love to write…. and that would be that
Before the Fall (A Rojan Dizon Novel) is the second in the series written by Francis Knight. So far there are three. See my review for Fade to Black The blurb: The city rises upwards not across. Those at the bottom, as you might imagine are rather downtrodden and rarely see light, or much… Continue reading Before the Fall: Book Review
Winter has arrived. With a vicious cold snap as well just to mock me. Time to curl up in a blanket with a good book. Time to hibernate and sit at the computer and write up a storm.
These are some pictures I took in the fall on a walk by the lake. Thinking better get out before it snows. It has yet to snow here in Alberta Canada, or at least not in the middle where I am. The south got a good chunk of the white stuff. Hehe. In all my… Continue reading
This is the longest poem I have every attempted. I feel like I should explain this one but in the end I suppose people can put their own interpretation onto it. It was one that felt right to write though. So I did. That Night The world was silent and still Madness reigned… Continue reading Poem: That Night
I have never actually participated in NaNWriMo. Because I am not a big joiner really. Not one to join things. More one to just to my thing. And really that is the reason. However, this year I was intrigued by the idea. I am mid novel right now and for that reason I thought I… Continue reading NaNWriMo or NanoNot
Do you hear that? A mix of jungle drums and Jaws music, equal parts menace and madness? It starts every October, in your fingers as a tingle, travels up your arms, into your belly, and washes over your five senses like hot lava from Krakatoa.You try to fight it, act like there’s nothing wrong, but that only makes it worse. It’s as contagious as typhoid, as addictive as smoking, and as lethal to your well-planned life as a canyon wildfire. Your brain becomes a suggestion box rather than the finely-tuned instrument that speeds you through your day like the Tokyo bullet train. Now, everything is weighed against writing.
“I’ll go to the movies if I write a thousand more words…”
If it was a pet, it’d be a coral snake. If it was a vacation, it would be hell.
It’s called NaNoWriMo. Every November, over 300,000 people join together…
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Fade to Black (A Rojan Dizon Novel) is the first in the series written by Francis Knight. So far there are three. I am about halfway into the second one at this point. The blurb: The city rises upwards not across. Those at the bottom, as you might imagine are rather downtrodden and rarely see… Continue reading Fade to Black: Book Review