If there’s a spectrum that goes from “panster” to “plotter”—that is, a writer who attacks the blank page using nothing but their wits vs. one who draws up blueprints and gets the permits settled a year before they break ground, then I’m definitely in the latter camp. I want to expand on the topic a little bit since I didn’t really get into the details of my writing process before.
My fourth novel is officially released, and it feels good to return to the high sci-fi mystery territory I first explored with On the Loop. If you enjoyed that novel’s twists and turns, I’m sure Broken Helix will be right up your alley.
And with that, I release my third novel out into the wilderness to fend for itself. But I think it’ll be okay, because it has some especially tricky tricks up its sleeve. The Last Shadow features a grizzled detective, a nonverbal autistic girl with “special” talents, and a cult that seems oddly concerned with synchronized […]
I mean, the premise of my second book has always been a little bit out there, but now I’ve finally released the book out into the wild, which is exciting. By which I mean I’m relieved. Getting this thing out there has been a long journey, because I wanted to do everything right, including the […]