Posts Tagged ‘blogging’

For the next four weeks, I’ll be on a blog tour sharing Toxic Relationship with readers.  There will be interviews, excerpts from Toxic Relationship, book reviews and at a number of stops along the way, we’ll have a promotional giveaway for readers of the blogs — a $10 gift certificate for Amazon.  Yeah, cool.  So […]

The 777 Challenge

Posted: 9th July 2012 by Richard Hacker in Creativity, Novel
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Cathy Coburn tagged me for a little thing called the 777 challenge.  I will post seven lines from page seven of a work in progress and then tag seven other writers. Because I’ve never been good at coloring inside the lines, I’m changing this up a bit.  How about the first seven lines of the […]

Total Chaos by Jean-Claude Izzo My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is the first in a trilogy set in Marseilles. Izzo’s Marseilles takes the city off my list of places to visit. The town, dark, gritty, with a raging undercurrent of bigotry, however, provides fertile soil for a crime thriller. A flawed protagonist moves […]

Ah, Time Travel! That magical staple of science fiction. As I ponder my own path through the science fiction landscape, one recurring plot device would have to be time travel. The following is a list of the formative time travel plots, not comprehensive at all and not necessarily in order of quality, but more chronologically that I encountered growing up.

I have tossed the idea of a blog around for awhile — okay, at least a year. I’ve been hesitant to pull the trigger because I look out in the ‘webiverse’ and see thousands and thousands of blogs. So the real question has been, if I’m going to blog, what exactly will I blog about. […]