Tag Archives: Scribbler’s Guide

Dealing With Rejection

Someone in one of my Facebook groups posted a link to this blog about┬árejection, 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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Rescue the Maiden

A while back in my little contest for blog topics, the following question was one of the entries: “Is there more to the mythic symbolism of the damsel in distress than just the same poor, scantly-clad beauty trapped in an … 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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Before The Scribbler’s Guide….

I have just added a “new” paper to the ScribblerWorks website, one I gave at Mythcon 28 in 1997. “The People of the Lie in the City: Spiritual Development in All Hallow’s Eve” uses a descriptive methodology found in the … Continue reading

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Contest Winners!

I’m happy to announce winners for my Blog Suggestion Contest. The winners are Thane Woods and Sean Burnham. These gentlemen both submitted suggestions that were so close to each other that I decided to award a joint prize. Their suggestions … Continue reading

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