Hello my lovelies! Today we have a special treat; I’ve returned from the dead once again to bring you an incredible Author Interview. Today on the Raggedy Blog, we have a new hero joining the ranks. Please Welcome Indie Author Joshua Pantalleresco to the Blog. Joshua, Welcome! [JP]  Sup? This is the First Time I’ve …
Man… It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here. Life got busy, things got left behind, but I’m back. So today we have the best thing ever – BOOK RELEASE AWESOMENESS! Today I’m talking about TEAM PHISON – the book that provides you with a ship name right in the title! The debut release …
Ah, the bane of my existence. Rewrites. Okay, I shouldn’t complain about being able to write for a living but come on. We all have one part of our jobs that we really hate to do. Mine is rewrites. Edits are great. I complain about them, but I actually don’t mind editing things. I really …
I saw this theoretical question posed the other day: When is it inappropriate to consume media as a creative type? What the fuck kind of question is that? When is it inappropriate? I suppose that it went on to suggest that some creatives or writers specifically, feel that it’s inappropriate or feel guilty, for consuming …
So it’s that time of year again – convention season. I know that it’s really started for a lot of people, but I’m just getting ready to go to my one appearance this year, and that’s this month. So I wanted to talk about surviving an exhibitor’s position as a writer. I know that most …
This is something that you don’t hear talked about a lot, and I think it’s because it’s sort of contrary to the norm, and it’s the outlier to the general mindset of the writing community. As we all know, being a writer is an extremely introverted kind of profession. It requires hours of concentration and …
Man alive, I can’t believe we’re almost halfway through April. By now, I’m sure you’re already reading my Patreon, and if not, why not? Go pledge a dollar to get some kickass stories! Okay, now that you’re back, you’re probably wondering why I haven’t released a book yet this year. Well, saving you the tragic …
…except when they are. And I don’t just mean an adaptation of one into the other medium. It sounds stupid, but let me explain. When I first started writing, I wanted to write for film and television. I have written easily 4 seasons’ worth of television spec scripts, and finished 3 film scripts (none of …
Man, is this ever hard for me to do. I’ve been debating about writing this blog post for a long time. It’s kind of emotional for me, but I’m hitting the point where this is a decision that, while I didn’t make it lightly, it’s definitely time for me to start actually talking about this …
The worst possible thing happened to me earlier this year. And it’s a nightmare for any kind of writer, and it’s even worse when you’re on a self-publishing schedule. My laptop killed itself. I’m sure you were there on twitter for that horrible week of a mental breakdown. And then for the subsequent month where …
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