Tag Archives: Hero’s Journey

Speaking at a Writers Conference

Next weekend, I’ll be one of the speakers at the Greater Los Angeles Writers Conference, giving presentations on both Friday and Saturday. On Friday, at 4:45, I’ll be teaming with Maxwell Alexander Drake to discuss “Location, Location, Location”. Basically discussing … Continue reading

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Journey and Genre

Once again the list of search strings in my website visitors statistics has turned up something worth blogging about. This latest offering is this search question: “What type of literature is the Hero’s Journey?” It’s one of those questions that … Continue reading

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Dealing With Rejection

Someone in one of my Facebook groups posted a link to this blog about rejection, and any writer, aspiring or otherwise, ought to read it, just for the basics — A really good blog post about being turned down. Learning to … Continue reading

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Kindle! Kindle! Kindle!

I am very happy to announce that The Scribbler’s Guide to the Land of Myth is now available for Kindle on Amazon! Although getting the word of mouth on my book has been slow, it has always pleased me that … Continue reading

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Contest for Writers & Aspiring Writers

One of the things about this blog is coming up with ideas to discuss that will interest readers. I often use the website’s Visitor Statistics listing of search strings for ideas (in fact, inspired by a recent search string, coming … Continue reading

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