As a budding writer for far too long I'm hoping [insert current year] will be the year that I finally beat [insert current excuse] and get writing again.
I've dabbled in screenplays, have a taste for the irreverent (as well as the irrelevant) but horror seems to be my chief muse. Still, let's see what else wants to come out.
As long as it's not poetry - I'm really rubbish at poetry.
(p.s. I really appreciate reviews - I love to know what you think of my stories, even if you didn't like them...)
on Aug. 22, 2011 :
This book is categorized as Mystery & Detective, Hardboiled. At best it is soft boiled. I've noticed lately that a lot of books are stuck in categories that don't fit the story. I assume that is because there is no category that fits, or the author wants into a more popular listing. The Last Laugh is satire not a serious crime novel. I have nothing against that type of writing, but don't try to sell it me as an actual crime story. The book reads like a comic book not a serious hardboiled mystery. For me it was a waste of time even though I didn't finish it. If you like light satirical stories this may be for you.
(review of free book)