Tag Archive | Susan Bischoff

Hooray!

So, I woke up to a fantastic email from Susan saying my latest piece had voice! That’s like Simon Cowell telling me, Yes, you CAN be an American Idol! I’ll leave it at that for now because I need to get ready for work. Hooray!

This Is It . . . Ground Zero

I don’t know if I’ll ever find my writing voice. And if that’s true, it means I’m not cut out to be a published writer. It doesn’t matter how bad I want to be one or how hard I try at it. If the talent’s not in my DNA, then it’s not in there. And […]

Stupid Word Love: Volume 3

I’m not the only one writing stupid words. There’s tons! Way more than any mortal mind can consume, so I present the best of the best. I’ll start things off with an excellent post by Michelle Davidson Argyle, What Blogging Has Become. She talks about where blogging is going and what she thinks the purpose […]

Yes, Lee Child Is THAT Awesome

Yesterday I saw a tweet from Alison Brennan (via Piper Bayard retweet) about advice Lee Child gave to a group of new writers. I highly recommend making some time to read it because as the author of the article, Anthony J. Franze, correctly points out, Lee Child’s advice is more about being a successful person in whatever […]

A Small Gesture Makes a Big Difference

It was my one day off yesterday and like usual I chatted with Susan. At one point she asked me if I planned on writing any fiction-y stuff. I honestly wasn’t sure because it’d been a while since I’d done any writing and didn’t know where to start. Kind of like figuring out where to […]

Watching Supernatural With New Eyes

I remember when Supernatural premiered. I’d been looking forward to it for a bunch of reasons. First off, the name of the show might as well have said, “Andrew, this way please for your new favorite show!” Two monster hunting brothers searching for their father while taking out anything bumping in the night that gets […]

My Friends in HD

Last week my wife and I went on vacation and part of our week off was attending Fandrew Con. Now having a convention named after you is exciting enough, but this was my chance to meet Susan, Kait and Lauralynn. That was the real excitement of this con. I’d been getting to know these ladies […]