Fiction written from the underbelly of a writer’s deepest fears tends to be an agonizing process. And that’s exactly what I did.
None felt the hammer of Stalin’s dictatorial fist as firmly as I, Svetlana, his only daughter.
Up next: Round 2 of the NYCMidnight Short Screenplay competition.
I already went all blah blah on this the other day, so without further philosophical waxing, here is my first-ever screenplay… Two Percent
I did it. I signed up for the NYCMidnight Screenplay Challenge. I write fiction… and dialogue is one of my favorite parts of the fiction writing process… and I’ve been told by many a reader that my dialogue is sharp and true to life (I love those readers with all my heart). I’ve wanted to… Continue reading NYCM Screenplay Challenge – AKA WTF Did I Get Myself Into?
Another NYCMidnight contest is in the books. This prompted contest is a lot of fun every year. It’s time and word-count constrained, and the prompts always leave me scratching my head… this time did not disappoint. I had 8 days to write 2,500 words or less using the prompt: Genre: Crime Caper / Subject: Pretending… Continue reading Condor Club
Her world collapsed early Sunday morning
She got up from the kitchen table
Folded the newspaper and silenced the radio.
Meet Dragon Award nominated R.R. Virdi and learn more about his writing, his love of mythology, and more.
“Since I couldn’t find the stories I wanted to read, I started writing them.”
Stephen Herron tells us about his fantasy role playing games, his writing process and more!