Ok, it's time I got this outta the way. I've put off posting my thoughts about Wattpad because I prefer the positive when it comes to writing. But what positive thing is there to say about Wattpad? Well, there's this: Wattpad is like the local library combined with a 70's roller rink. The core concept is cerebral, but the net result is … Continue reading Wattpad: Library, Roller Rink, or Click Farm?
Month: July 2015
One Dead Cop: the Wattpad Experiment
My Wattpad experiment comes to an end. I'll publish my conclusions next week. For now, here is the rest of One Dead Cop. Pick up where you left off below, or read from Part I. 4 Palm Massacre Darko’s voice comes hushed and urgent over the phone. I have something for you. An accident? Fitch … Continue reading One Dead Cop: the Wattpad Experiment
Heat Advisory: Interview with Preston Lang
I recently pretended to sit down with good friend and acclaimed crime writer Preston Lang to talk about a few things. We covered the emotional intelligence of peanut eaters, the role of fire hydrants in the government's summer emergency plans, and the collected work of Franklin W. Dixon, among other things. If you’re eager for more Preston Lang … Continue reading Heat Advisory: Interview with Preston Lang
I've got some new short fiction over at Revolution John, a sample from my latest project: church shorts. Who doesn't love the annual church bazaar? Whack-a-Mole Full story 600 words.