The Buckaroo’s Guide to Writing Novel Happiness; or What Better to Give the Silver-Screen Western Hero of Your Life

There is a strong possibility that during 2 a.m. sleepless dreads or after one too many shots of rye alone, your  Silver-Screen Hero can turn into a shaking mass of insecurities.

As for my 2 a.m. dreads, they too easily take the scenario of

I am spending forever writing a novel;
A fatal flaw in me will always keeps . . . → Read More: The Buckaroo’s Guide to Writing Novel Happiness; or What Better to Give the Silver-Screen Western Hero of Your Life

The Beauty of Bonanza; or, What to Do When You’ve Finished a Novel Draft

What do you do when you finish a draft of a novel? Holy hellion hoofbeats, bucko! You have to ask?

Sleep. Buy a bold bottle of vino (or whiskey or iced tea or whatever–just spare no expense). Look around your domicile and see the dust caking the surfaces and do nothing about it (yet). Listen to . . . → Read More: The Beauty of Bonanza; or, What to Do When You’ve Finished a Novel Draft