Maximize your productivity during the pandemic, or, Roman McClay was right

My friend Roman McClay (author of the great American novel Sanction) moved himself up to a mountaintop, built a cabin and compound out of shipping containers he modified himself, and focused obsessively into crafting his magnum opus. His third book is about to release, and each volume of the complete story weighs in at 400,000 … Continue reading Maximize your productivity during the pandemic, or, Roman McClay was right

I Can’t Do This Anymore: Dealing with Genre Burnout

So very often, we writers get a special idea in our head. “This time,” we think to ourselves, “I want to really wow my readers with a new type of story, something I’ve never written before.” Maybe we watched a particularly good mystery show (Murder She Wrote, anyone?), or we’re getting a horror itch. My … Continue reading I Can’t Do This Anymore: Dealing with Genre Burnout