OUTLINE your novel or don’t?

June 2nd, 2016 by Wilmar Luna

Hey guys, Wow it’s been a long time since the last blog hasn’t it? Well, when you’re busy rewriting almost a year’s worth of work into a stronger, tighter, more cohesive story, you don’t have much time to blog. Also, there wasn’t anything to talk about. Sure I read some books, maybe could’ve written some… Read the Rest »

Writing is harder than you think

February 4th, 2016 by Wilmar Luna

When it comes to creativity. Writing is the one craft that, in comparison to other mediums, doesn’t cost a lot of money. Yes, you may end up paying anywhere from $100-3,000 dollars for book cover artwork and editing, but how much would you pay to produce a movie? If you want to produce music, you… Read the Rest »

Raven One by Kevin P. Miller (Book Review)

September 10th, 2015 by Wilmar Luna

Raven One by Kevin Miller was quite possibly one of the most enjoyable reads I’ve had in a military genre book. After coming off a series of boring technical manuals from Tom Clancy, Red Storm Rising and The Cardinal in the Kremlin, Raven One was a refreshing, suspenseful, and riveting reading experience.   From the… Read the Rest »

Writer’s Doubt the Endless Struggle

August 27th, 2015 by Wilmar Luna

Doubt is one of those things that never truly goes away, especially if you’re a writer. No matter how experienced you are at writing novels, plays, short stories, poetry, at some point during the creative process you’re going to hit a wall.   “Is this good enough?”   As I get closer and closer to… Read the Rest »

Why I Write – Chuck Wendig Challenge

July 30th, 2015 by Wilmar Luna

Hey all, Chuck Wendig recently posted a challenge on his blog. http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2015/07/24/todays-flash-fiction-writing-challenge-is-not-about-fiction/   (If you’re not following his blog, you should do so.)   He asks a very simple question. “Why do you write?” To this I say, “Challenge accepted.”   Did you ever see something whether in movies, television, or books where you thought… Read the Rest »