Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Writting Drivel

Drivel in writing is the stringing of an endless chain of meaningless words in a manner that appears to have significance, when in fact no real pertinence exists.

Taking one, two, or three pages to describe a cactus in the morning sunrise is an example. Always remember your reader is not stupid. If they were would they be reading your book?

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The Last Dawn of Reckoning

Jake is a man living on the edge. Every thing hinges on how he survives this rainy day trapped on a small rubber life raft in the Caribean. When this day is over Jake McCauly's life will be determined.