Posts that contain books by author ‘ Fiction ’

What do Shakespeare and Jane Austen have in common?

Their works have spawned countless remakes and retellings. Stately manor houses have been transformed into zombies hideouts. Characters have been transported to New York tenements. Star Trek’s Klingons recite Hamlet’s soliloquies. And since Shakespeare and Austen’s works are in the… Read the rest

Using Fiction Techniques For Writing Nonfiction

Long before I wrote the Legal Handbook, I wrote tons of fiction. I have short stories, screenplays, children’s books, and half-finished novels stuffed into drawers, both real and virtual. Since my day job is practicing law (a 95% left-brain activity),… Read the rest

A Little About My Novel, COYOTE WINDS

Where do cows go on Saturday nights? To the moo-vies. My father loved to tell puns and stories, especially stories about his boyhood on the western prairie during the 1930s, the Dust Bowl. I will be forever thankful he wrote… Read the rest