To start with, there was how the book came to be. Including the inspiration, the writing, how to sell a bloody book, as well as the fact that there's a love story in there.
There's another blog on the Mind of the Maker .... better known as "characters are a bastard to control."
There is also, the dreaded question: "Oh, where do you get your ideas from?" This is the answer.
And, I did a two part essay ... one on sex, the other on violence.
I also had one or two issues on other people's writing ... namely Marvel Comics, and their former Editor-in-Chief, Joe Quesada
And, I had one nice little discussion on blowing up public places. ... In novels, of course.
There's one on writing philosophy in a novel, and one on Conspiracy theories around Catholics.
Then I took a hammer on writing cliche's that just flat out annoy me.
And then there's how to be a cynical romantic. Oh-ho-ho, have I gotten more so. And Writing a love story.
FAQ: Where do you get your ideas? ... the official title, mentioned above.
Plots within Plots: Subplotting
A villain versus an antagonist Yes, there is a difference. I wish people would consider it more.
Making a villain. One I want more talk of.
Writer's Rules For Villains Every cliche and making fun of it.
How to create a character the easy way My Character generation chart.
Don't Panic: a writer's guide to disaster
A Writing Rant: Cliches you may have never noticed. Only three of them. There really should be more.
Building Character: Scott "Mossad" Murphy.
“So, you want to be a writer?” (Apologies to Dr. Who.) No, it's not for the faint of heart.
Fightin' and Writin' panel @DragonCon 2014, with John Ringo and Mike ResnickCatholic writer's organization workshop in review: Fighting and Writing.
Why Die Hard is the most perfect movie ever: A Writing Blog
Die Hard is perfect, part 2 A two part writing analysis of the best Christmas movie ever.
Christian Lit and Writing.
THE BOOK. Some thoughts I have here and there about the book series.
Pius Origins: A Pius Legacy.
Writing "A Pius Legacy"
Taking a stand, for the last time.
And then, some comics.
Disasters to Marvel At: A Comic Discussion.
Sex, DC Comics, and ... wtf?
Dear Forbes, you need some nerds.
The Winter Soldier Bigfoots Agents of SHIELD. It Gets Better.
Who the BLEEP is the Winter Soldier?