Category: Strategery

Basement Blast

I love shooting people. Specifically, I love shooting my friends with Nerf guns. Not the least of all, this includes my wife. The other day, she’d texted me and said she’d had a rough day at work, so I decided to

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6 Publishing Red Flags

Authors nationwide (and beyond) rejoiced when Tate Publishing (which hilariously only has ten likes on its Facebook Page) announced it was closing. Yet the devastation Tate left in its path is no laughing matter. But Tate wasn’t the only publisher

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5 Things Luc Besson Movies Teach Us About Writing

Do you know who Luc Besson is? If not, you should. He’s the mind behind great films like Leon: The Professional, Taken, and The Fifth Element. Unfortunately, everything I’ve seen from him recently has been utter garbage. In the last

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12 Outlandish Writing Goals for 2015

A few weeks ago Splickety published a blog post with my suggestions for 6 Things to Keep in Mind when Setting Goals. With that in mind, how could I not write a post sharing the ins and outs of my goals with all

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