The Writer’s Battle

Lock a thousand chimps in a room for a thousand hours and eventually they'll produce an error free copy of Hamlet.  Two thousand hours and they'll start a blog.

Lock a thousand chimps in a room for a thousand hours and eventually they’ll produce an error free copy of Hamlet. Two thousand hours and they’ll start a blog.

When Bookshelf Q. Battler isn’t busy battling his books, he’s bombarded by the bombastic blurbs that burrow their way into his bulbous brain.

(Try saying that three times fast.)

A cornucopia of BQB’s writings about writing:

Why Self or Traditionally Publish is a Dumb Question – Are book deals growing on trees?  No?  Then why do you think you have a choice?

Twelve Stages of Writing Denial  – Hate your work, then rekindle the flame only to have it die again.

Limits on Our Language – Examples from Fast and Furious 7 – BQB discusses writing relative to a blockbuster action movie with ridiculously fabulous car chases and explosions.

I Hate Apple Spellchecker with the Passion of a Thousand Red Hot Fiery Suns – or How the Machines Correct Us Today and Enslave Us Tomorrow

Ann and John – An ongoing series of posts in which a detective duo  hunt stranglers and explore writing topics along the way:

Ann and John – Use of Copyrights and Trademarked Products in Your Works

Ann and John: When the F$%k Should Your Characters Swear?

Ann and John:  How Much Tech Explanation Do You Really Want?

Ann and John:  Accents/Languages – When Your Characters Aren’t Native English Speakers

Typing chimpanzee image courtesy of a shutterstock.com license.

 

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2 thoughts on “The Writer’s Battle

  1. I love the concept of this page! Very cool.

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