The Friday 13 with Dale Triplett

Arbra Dale Triplett has been a freelance writer and editor scribbling fiction, advertising, marketing and bad poetry on bathroom walls for more than two decades. As a military brat he spent most of his youth in Germany, then later served in both the Marine Corps and Air Force. After years of bouncing across the nation… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Dale Triplett

The Friday 13 with Daniel E. Olesen

Daniel E. Olesen is a Danish writer holding a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature. When not searching for inspiration in musty tomes, he travels around Europe looking for castles to explore and calling it research. His first novel, The Eagle’s Flight, is available for free from his site, which also includes extensive background information on… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Daniel E. Olesen

Creature in the Wastes, Part 2

Sunshine filled the room. Adam stood in its light basking in the warmth and the happiness it brought. He turned to his Lincoln Logs sitting in the corner, to the small black and white television sitting in the other and the soft bed, made with pressed sheets and gentle blankets, and he giggled. “I want… Continue reading Creature in the Wastes, Part 2

The Arsonist’s Guide to Creative Writing

I have heard a lot of terms, heard even more descriptions, about how people write. I’m gonna run through a few of my favorites. Pantser: These are the writers that fly by the seat of their pants. They have no idea what they are going to write before it is on the page. The most… Continue reading The Arsonist’s Guide to Creative Writing

The Friday 13 with Catharine Glen

Catharine Glen is an independent fantasy author residing in New England. As a child, she loved creating stories about distant lands filled with adventure and mystery. She was probably one of the only students who actually liked writing academic reports, and as an adult discovered she had a knack for technical writing. Returning to her… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Catharine Glen