https://media.blubrry.com/originstoriesoncreativty/p/bryanaiello.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/dr-reeve.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Advertisements
The paths we pick in story vary in length, complication and difficulty. Each are all our own. Some may seem easier then others to start and get more complicated as they go on. We may share the ups and down with others, some with people hand picked, often with strangers we would rather not travelContinue reading “On Critique”
Compounded Interest is a novel about revenge with a love and greed crunchy topping. I am so excited to share this story with my follows and the world. Leave me a review also. It really helps others notice the work.
To be a writer it is important to read and know the craft. Here are a few of the short fiction pieces that have moved me over the last year. I am always looking for new short fiction. Especially pieces found online that I can share. Enjoy! The Raft by Stephen King The Ones WhoContinue reading “11 of The Best Online Short Stories”
The Albatros that follows me around Potentially for the entrity of my life Where every time I think I finish a story Another plot crops up Another character Another scene Meaning I just write and write and write and so on and on and on until the day I die leaving millions of words behindContinue reading “Writing is”
The man approaches and I sense danger. His fists go up. Mine follow. I crouch. He bounces on his toes. I can feel the punch before he throws it and step into his swing. I feel the fist connect to the side of head. I push past the fear and adrenaline surging through my system.Continue reading “How to Write a Fight Scene”
I love flash fiction. It’s quick fun and exciting. It’s the right sequence of actions. It’s an exercise in brevity, of choosing the right words, of the hack and slash editorial style, or as Faulkner said, “killing one’s babies.” So much relationship exists between what’s being said that even in a story thatContinue reading “On Writing: How to Write Flash Fiction”
For Juliet, a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but a story with a title that doesn’t sing to a reader will most likely go unread. When crafting title you must first answer some questions. First question to answer is what’s your story about? My first novel is about revenge. So IContinue reading “On Writing: Picking a Title”