History is necessary to have a deeper story.
My interview with Wayne G. Barber of the Authors’ Hour on WNRI in Woonsocket, RI.
I didn’t win an award as an author. Does that mean I suck? NO! Listen to what success means to an author.
Who do you call when you need help writing?
“If a story falls in a bookstore and no one hears it, is it still a story?” — hat tip from Steven, my editor.
Problems with writing a memoir — when it cuts too deep.
As a special treat, I have here an interview with a local Newport personality Bruce Newbury about my books, Homecoming and Grimaulkin. It’s from Talk of the Town heard mornings from 9-12 on WADK, Newport, RI.
Why use a fake name?
Here’s a couple of reasons in a very short podcast, and my experience with them.
Writing is as important to you as breathing. Why doesn’t anyone else understand that?
If you’re an artist, you’ve got a muse.
Call it divine inspiration, or talking to angels, every artist hears voices or sees imaginary things. It’s up to us to get it into physical form to please the muse.
Who he is, where he came from, and why did I write about a gay mage?