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Writing Reality Check

Sometimes it can seem that everyone, their mother, and their grandmother is jumping on the novel-writing bandwagon. The indie publishing sphere has graduated to the terminology “artisanal publishing” for a reason: because it’s closely approaching the well-oiled machine mechanics of the big six. Indie authors are writing books in record…

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I Write Because I Must

Narcisse is not my real name but it will do for now. Narcisse is a pen name whose purpose is to keep the prudes that can’t deal with a little erotica in their lives out of my hair. Yes, I write erotica, porn, dirty fiction, lewd stories, whatever you want…

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I Have Superpowers and I’m Not Stopping

Some call me Double N. While it may be true that I posses superhuman powers of doing,  I assure you there is only one of me. A friend asked me recently if I spent a lot of time dreaming of my stories. The truth of the matter is, I do. I…

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An Endless Hunger, Musings, Writing

Film Noir as Inspiration

While my newest novella, An Endless Hunger, is classified as horror, it borrows from one of my favorite genres: Film Noir. In the exposition of  An Endless Hunger, a nameless stranger stands beneath a pool of light in a stark, stormy night. Across the street a taxi cab pulls up and out…

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The Challenges of Working with a Coauthor

Whenever I reveal that I am coauthoring with my best friend, the first response is usually something like “Cool!” This reaction is typically followed by obvious questions such as “What’s it about?”, “Where does it take place?” etc. Inevitably, another question arises, “Who is your coauthor and what is it…

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