Category Archives: Fanfic

A Reading of THE YESTERDAY ADJUSTMENT

Last month I did my first-ever public reading as part of the annual Minnesota Speculative Fiction Writers Local Author Showcase. I chose to read the first part of my Amish science fiction-time travel-spy story, The Yesterday Adjustment. Think James Bond meets … Continue reading

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New Release & Book Review: TALES FROM PENNSYLVANIA

It’s no secret I’m a big fan of Michael Bunker as a writer and as a book marketer. After all, the man single-handedly created the sub-genre of Amish science fiction and then drove his book to bestseller status. With all … Continue reading

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Five Blog-Hopping Questions

I used to think blog hops were like chain letters, but after taking part in a few, I now liken them to conversation starters. Today, my taskmaster is a UK-based writer who goes by the unique moniker, The Parasite Guy. … Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why I Love Writing Fan Fiction

I know what you’re thinking: “Real writers don’t write fan fiction.” I’ve thought it, too. If you’re not doing it yourself, you’re not doing it right. Fan fiction is derivative, it’s kitschy, and it goes against every creative bone in … Continue reading

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