"Novel" Blogs & Blog Posts

Journal of an Unpublished AuthorJournal of an Unpublished Author

I dream about my comical travelogue, Kangaroo Land, being published. Accent...

 
A Writer's LifeA Writer's Life

a blog where i can post my writing or discuss the process of writing

 
Genre WenchGenre Wench

Reviews of mystery, fantasy, sci-fi and the occasional horror books

 
Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

creative writing

 


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If you’ve been thinking about writing a novel, drafting a play, starting a journal or simply keeping a record of what you experienced during this strange pandemic year, you might want to start by making a commitment to get a few words down on paper...

In the early 2010s, I wrote a play called True Believers that was kind of a send-up and a love letter to comic-con culture. The play had a full production in Boston in 2012 (closing on the weekend of San Diego Comic-Con, when they first announced th...

Listen to "Storyteller- Fiery Eyes- Episode 3" on Spreaker.

Listen to the first episode of the Podcast, "Storyteller- Fiery eyes" narrated by author Warren Brown.https://www.spreaker.com/user/warrenbrown/storyteller-fiery-eyes-episode-1https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01FPX3DTQ/...

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The spread of a deadly virus leads to the elimination of livestock and animals in general - and to the creeping legalization of cannibalism and a future in which humans are farmed, bred and slaughtered for meat on an industrial scale.Tender Is The Fl...

Google isn't reserving its movie-themed Easter eggs for the latest blockbusters. The internet giant is marking the 80th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz with an Easter egg that reflects the rather turbulent ways Dorothy enters and exits Oz. Sea...