Tag Archives: fiction

Book Whore’s Reader’s Digest: A Literary Flavor Of Life

So I’ve decided to spice up my life—in a literary sense (although on a personal sense that wouldn’t be so bad either—life’s a doldrums—sigh). For the longest time I have wanted to expand my literary repertoire and read past the … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Drama Of Storytelling: Reading, Always Beats Living It

One of the many things I love to say is that I love to read drama—just not live it. This type of schizophrenic relationship that one, particularly me, has to drama is one that as a storyteller intrigues me. Drama … Continue reading

Posted in A Storyteller's Journal | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Now That’s What I Call Drama—Anatomy Of A Novel—FINALE

  The truth may set you free—but that freedom comes with a hell of a price. With all things that are gained, something is lost—and what is most often lost is your innocence. For this last sample preview of Valdivia: … Continue reading

Posted in Valdivia-The Making of A Dynasty | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Now That’s What I Call Drama—Anatomy of a Novel – PT 2

The heat is on—and it’s not just on the Beverly Hills Cops soundtrack. In New York summer has come with a vengeance. Although I was a summer baby—me and heat just don’t mix. It was for this reason that I … Continue reading

Posted in Valdivia-The Making of A Dynasty | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Now That’s What I Call Drama—Anatomy of a Novel – Part 1

Life is full of surprises and sometimes—there pretty damn good. Recently I received a rather pleasant—and dare I say prideful—surprise. A little over a month ago, as I was browsing Good Reads trying to find new ways to self-pimp myself … Continue reading

Posted in Valdivia-The Making of A Dynasty | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Art Of Being Human—Crafting A Being From The Mind

It is a common misconception that giving birth is the final act brought forth by a woman’s labor; a myriad of agony of the highest order, ribbons of blood and piercing screams of life. This physical birth is really just … Continue reading

Posted in A Storyteller's Journal | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

So You Call Yourself A Writer

Truth be told—I love drama. Not of course in my personal life (prefer to keep that drama free) but the art of drama. Call it the inner Greek playwright within me, but there’s something about watching shit fall spectacularly and … Continue reading

Posted in Valdivia-The Making of A Dynasty | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment