November 8, 2015

Day 1

At last, NaNoWriMo is here! I did the stay-up-til-midnight thing to kick off the event. It’s a lot like New Years Eve, but instead of making a bunch of noise and possibly kissing a stranger, at the stroke of twelve you simply sit down and write. I practised some restraint and did not break out the champagne and confetti this time around. (I’m saving them for the 30th!) After getting a solid hour in, I went to bed. The cool thing about this year’s start of NaNo is that it fell on the Dayligh...

October 31, 2015

Happy Halloween! (Okay, it’s Mischief Night, but close enough.)

Since it’s the end of a very eventful month, I thought I’d post a recap of everything that’s been going on in recent weeks. Top 5 List, anyone?

1.   I finally broke that 50k mark I’ve been chasing for the last couple of months! Here’s an excerpt from the most recent scene:


Wyck looked in the mirror. The cut wasn’t too bad. The blood was already starting to dry at the edges. He took one finger and gingerly pressed against his chee...

October 29, 2015

Today’s interview is a little different. It's about an anthology contest being held on Inkshares called Earth In The Year 10,000 ( Author Richard Saunders & Mykl Walsh (project sponsors) will tell you more.

Tell us about the concept of Earth In The Year 10,000:

It’s an anthology contest where writers can submit essays, poetry, or short stories around a common element. It can be sci-fi -futuristic fantasy or possibly even something like...

October 26, 2015

Tell us about your current/upcoming projects:

I am currently working on my “Glass Ballet” Series, inspired by stunning vistas juxtaposed against the bold form in the moment. It’s my way of bringing together both the complex and the simple until they balance.

How did you create your own style?

My styles have sort of evolved out of cathartic realizations that often took years to actualize. Usually during periods of intense strain or stress I take a giant leap forward and find a new technique or style...

October 14, 2015

1.   Have a plan - - of some sort. Your plan might be that you’re going to free-write the whole thing and refine the story later. Or, you might try your hand at outlining the whole thing, start to finish. Or perhaps you’ll take a casting approach by gathering your characters and then deciding what sort of lessons each individual will learn during their journey. Put some thought into it in advance so you’re not spending the first week figuring out your course of action.​

2.   Prep your workspace....

October 9, 2015

Welcome! This is the very first blog post, so I’ll keep things simple and introduce you to the site. The focus of Myths Mists & Musings is to share my creative projects and related topics, such as writing, painting, mythology, fantasy/dark fantasy, and the natural world. The blog will also feature interviews with fellow creatives and entrepreneurs. Under the Books tab you will find information about my writing project(s) and under the Art tab you will find a gallery of my artwork. If you have an...

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