Category Archives: J.F. Lewis

Airwaves Are For Demons

By J. F. Lewis I’m not sure where I read it, but I remember reading an article featuring Roger Zelazny once where he recounted how a scene from the Amber series, the one where Coprwin makes a bird out of … Continue reading

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Synoptic Failure (Or a Deadline is a Terrible Thing to Waste)

by J. F. Lewis That’s not a typo. It isn’t. In the title, I didn’t mean synaptic failure (to which one may be prone after staying up too long writing… or playing Patapon). Synoptic failure is a personal writing challenge … Continue reading

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Remembering

by Crymsyn Hart Over the weekend, I was doing a lot of cleaning, getting down and dusty. While I was cleaning, I came across some of the stories that I had written in high school. I took a moment to … Continue reading

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Techno Babble For the Modern Vampire

By J. F. Lewis Dracula never had an app for that. He simply didn’t. If you’ve ever read Les Klinger’s Annotated Dracula (and you really should. Les is frick’n awesome… read his Annotated Sherlock Holmes while you’re at it) you … Continue reading

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The Beginning and the Ending

by Crymsyn Hart  Some writers find it hard to start a book. The first sentence or the first paragraph can even the worst thing to write. The author has so many wonderful ideas that you have to find just the … Continue reading

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Never Let Them See You Die

By J. F. Lewis Before getting too far into today’s blog, I wanted to mention that I have a free Void City short featuring Greta and Eric at the beach up today over at Pocket After Dark. Check it out … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Blurb

by Crymsyn Hart How do you know what a book is about? You read the book jacket or the back cover. Or if you’re perusing the website of a publisher or a bookseller, then you read the narrative of the … Continue reading

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