The Scribophile Writing Blog
by Brandon Nolta • 4 comments
Note to self: When you snag that fiery light of inspiration and commit to paper, make sure you keep a backup.
Presumably, if Jorge Luis Borges’ Library of Babel really existed in the shadows on a cave wall world we call reality, there would be a complete copy of Charles Dickens’ The Mystery of Edwin Drood som...
by Brandon Nolta • 6 comments
I miss scary fiction. There’s something to be said for a story that comes right at you with no other intention than to force the reader or viewer up against the wall and shout “Boo!” Or even better, c...
by Brandon Nolta • 5 comments
One of the troubles I have with writing fiction is that I have yet to develop a consistent process for starting. Like most writers, my Muse is not one to punch a time clock, nor is it one to deliver i...
by Brandon Nolta • 8 comments
One of the best choices I ever made, as a reader, was to ditch the idea that reading for fun and reading for knowledge were somehow two separate beasts. Not only does that fallacy imply that you can’t...
Although I do a variety of different types of freelance work, the majority of the writing that I do is as a blogger for businesses. I frequently have people ask me what this means. Although most peopl...
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