On January 30, 2010 I wrote this: “KnippKnopp is going to become my Weight Watchers for writing, my Gold’s Gym for building up the creative muscle. Idealistic? Absolutely, but maybe, … Continue reading KnippKnopp is Five!
I’m in a list-y sort of mood today. I thought I’d share some of my favorite horror novels. Since any list of mine would probably be dominated by that guy … Continue reading Favorite Horror Novels (non King edition)
Writing is lonely. The act itself often requires you to separate yourself from this world, and plug into another. You spend hours in front of the keyboard, trying to make … Continue reading KnippKnopp interviews…Rocky Wood of the Horror Writers Association
I think I’ve mentioned a few times….I like Horror. The first grown up novel I ever read? “The Cement Garden” by Ian McEwan. For those who haven’t read it, it’s … Continue reading From the Trapper Keeper – Jim’s First Horror Story
I’m looking out at this surprise Northeast Snowscape thinking melancholy thoughts about the paths we choose and the places they lead. I know everyone has moments in their lives when one … Continue reading What if?
The editorial calendar says this is the week I write my first advice column for young writers. I know what you’re thinking. Jim, haven’t you been writing for like only … Continue reading Writers Advice – Show Don’t Tell