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SuperStars Writing Seminar 2015 – a 1st-year Attendee Retrospective

After hearing about it from friends and peers over the past several years, this was the first time I had the chance to attend the SuperStars Writing Seminar, held in Colorado Springs, CO. Haven’t heard about this event? It’s not your typical writing conference or convention, that’s for sure. Many writing…


Write Strong Guest Post: The Surprising Habit that Makes Me a Better Gamer, Publisher and Designer

by Creighton Broadhurst (Note: This is a “reprint” guest post with permission given by the original author!) I’ve a surprising habit that makes me a better gamer, publisher and designer. It’s not illegal or deviant and almost anyone can do it. A couple of years ago, I discovered running. My…

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MileHiCon…or bust

Well, minutes before setting into the drive for MileHiCon, my car’s radiator decided to weep big green tears in the final bouts of its death. Knew it was coming, but the timing could’ve been better. Not wanting to shell out $600 for the mechanic, I instead tracked down a replacement…

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Necro-Tourism: Morbid meanderings or a deeper connection with the past?

Today’s post is part of the ongoing Grey Matter Press Uncovering Evil Blog Tour! Visit Grey Matter Press to check out entries from many other authors! In “The Queen of Thermodynamic Equilibrium,” my short story in the Grey Matter Press anthology, Equilibrium Overturned, two of the main characters get accused…

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How I defeat the lure of video games–the bane of my writing productivity

I’ve always been an enormous gamer, often to the detriment of things such as my grades in college, my health, relationships with loved ones, and progress in my writing endeavors. I’ve played mostly on PC, and so have run the gamut of RPGs, MMOs, FPSs, and everything in between. Listing…

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