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When the Whole World Is against You

I saw this story on NotAlwaysRight.com (where the customer is not always right)—one of those non-writing sites that every character author should follow—about a customer in a computer store who insisted she needed to buy a trigabit hard drive.

I’ve been working with computers for most of my life, and I can personally attest that there is not, nor has there ever been, such a thing as a “trigabit hard drive.”

What would give someone the idea that there is?

A Sneak Peek at the Ardor Point #2 Outline

Posted over at BeTheStory.com, a look at my notes and outlines, which I’m using to pen the second Ardor Point novel. Only peek if you don’t mind the story being spoiled!

-TimK

Oh... Fudge!

Sorry, this post is not about sweet, chocolatey squares of yummy goodness. (Or is that “good yumminess”? As a writer, I think about such things.)

When I originally wrote From the Ashes of Courage, at one point in the story, Gail recounts a fight she had with George. It ended with her throwing a book at him and shouting, “Get the fudge out of here!” (except that she didn’t actually use the word fudge).

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