Chuck Wendig posted a flash fiction challenge on his blog to write a horror story in the framework of spam email. I immediately loved the idea and I don’t write much horror so it was a fun change of pace. This is the first 200 words that fell out of my brain as a result. … Read more.
Everyone, they say, has a book in them, maybe several. And maybe you’re like me, and that first book decided to come out when you were a clueless nineteen-year-old college student with a penchant for gritty urban fantasy and a lax understanding of characterization.… Read more.
- Accept that the gender segmentation in hot companies just happens to be accident, not culture.
- Hold no voiced opinion on what occurs in conferences, elevators, court rooms, or board rooms.
- Just to be safe, hold no voiced opinion on the industry in general.
Last month, I started work on a new project at Stash Rewards. What’s made this project interesting for me was the fact that most of the plan hinges on content and community growing in a new industry that’s rather new and alien to me, your average web nerd.… Read more.
The publisher of my first two books, Rockable Press, has decided to stop selling their books outside of the Tuts+ Premium membership library (both Rockable and Tuts+ are owned by parent company, Envato). That means that Web Design Confidential will be going out of print and the eBook edition will only be available as part of the Tuts+ Premium membership (starting July 1st).… Read more.