Union Station of Kansas City has seen tears of joy, tears of sadness, and even blood and tears. Its history inspired If I Should Die, the Fellowship Dystopia, Book Two.
When I started writing the Fellowship Dystopia series, it was fun shifting reality into fiction. Today the shift appears to be going the other way.
The more you practice creativity, the more you realize the blessing and curse of research and inspiration. Which is the blessing and which the curse? Read more.
In my series, the Fellowship Dystopia, is an alternate history with speculative fiction. But science is catching up. Is it Real Life or Science Fiction?
As a blogger and science nerd, I try to keep up with science news from a variety of sources. Oddly, that curiosity rarely benefits my writing. My writing style follows a diagonal on the chart below: Lawful Plantser, True Plantser, and Chaotic Plotter. And that’s pretty much how my research goes, too. I start with…… Continue reading A Writer’s Serendipity or How Research Saved My Book