Ready to turn the page I haven’t written much this week. Part of the reason is that Deadlock comes out soon and I’m beyond excited. It’s hard to focus on writing my next book when my first one is about to be released out into the world. The other part is I’m scared. If my... Continue Reading →
The First Full Week
Okay. A week and two days. Well it’s been 2021 for a whole week. How’s everyone doing? I’m not doing too bad. I came into this year with a solid plan and so far I’m hitting all my goals. The middle of the week was kinda rough. I didn’t get good sleep. I went to... Continue Reading →
Outlining my book
Keeping the story on track When I started my book, Deadlock, I just sat down and started writing. After juggling it around in my head for almost twenty years I thought I knew the whole story. Was I wrong. I had the first couple of chapters down when I realized I was missing some things.... Continue Reading →
Working on book two.
In a few days I’m going to be sitting down to start writing the follow up book to Deadlock. It’s been quite the learning experience. Early in my first book, I had my wife read the chapters as I wrote them. When the book was finished she said, “Don’t be angry, but your later chapters... Continue Reading →
Everyone needs to start somewhere. I started at my kitchen table hoping to exorcise my demons. Severe anxiety and depression drove me to a dark place and writing helped pull me out. Two years later I’m no longer plagued by a negative mindset and I have a finished book. Now It’s not a long read.... Continue Reading →
I’ve been trying to come up with something to post for a while. I thought about talking about Christmas and how me and my family are getting ready for it, but there were no good anecdotes to share. So I settled on a year in review. This was a very weird year for me. On... Continue Reading →
Dialing it in…slowly.
I’m trying to find my niche for this blog. I’m a huge comic book fan. The book I wrote(it’s with the editor as of this writing) was conceived as an idea for a comic book. It’s safe to say comics have been a major influence on my life. I’ve been reading a lot of “how-to”... Continue Reading →
Dismissing your fan base
This could cause me to lose followers (not that I have many now) but being a writer who leans left is becoming something of a cliche. As of this writing I have over 1200 followers and the majority identify as leftist. You can’t tell me there are no conservative sci fi writers out there. I’m... Continue Reading →
The cockpit filled with smoke as Captain Ray Braxton scrambled to put out the fire. For everyone he extinguished, another came to life. He glanced at the viewscreen hoping to see where his runaway ship was going, but it showed only a pattern of black and white lines before it exploded. The captain shielded his... Continue Reading →
Another Origin Story
Issue #2 of Origin Stories is up and it’s incredible. We talk to artist Jason Seaux of the Necro-Man series. Check it out. Let’s continue to support our local artists and writers. https://stephenhudlerauthor.home.blog/issue-2/