My writing update (The Erik Midgard Case Files Volume 2)

I have just settled on the title of the second Erik Midgard book. The writing is going well and “The Lost Libraries Archive” will hopefully be available in a few months. The ebook tags are going to be exactly the same as Book 1; science fiction, time travel, detective and murder mystery. To celebrate the sequel, I am going to be posting all the chapters of the first installment of Erik’s saga “The Time Traveller’s Ball” on Wattpad here for online enjoyment. I hope you all like it and as always I hope its as fun to read as it was to write. I will also be unveiling the cover of “The Lost Libraries Archive” here fairly soon.

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The ultimate white elephant’s graveyard

Millions of unwanted E.T. game made by Atari were buried in a landfill

One of the most disappointing things in life has to be when you tell somebody something cool – or at least what you consider to be the funniest and most interesting thing that’s happened recently – only to find out that they already know about it. This has happened to me recently with the excavation of the Alamogordo landfill site in New Mexico. Continue reading

In defence of outlining

As I’ve mentioned a couple of posts ago, I am soon going to be sitting down to begin writing the second volume of my time-travelling detective series The Erik Midgard Case Files. I would like to be doing it already, but right at the moment, I’m in the middle of the writer’s version of what the film industry calls pre-production; outlining. As I’m also partly stuck, I thought I’d take a break today to write something about this.

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