Tag Archive | Hugh Howey

Yes, My story starts in a brothel

Yes, My story starts in a brothel

Yes, I also went to seminary, and still love Jesus very much. So what happened? Am I trying to tempt people into lusting after prostitutes? Do I enjoy the look when people look up from the first page and think, “What kind of story is this?” The story is about a husband who has lost […]

Draft Four: Seizing the Opportunity

Draft Four: Seizing the Opportunity

I had the privilege of interviewing Hugh Howey and Robin Sullivan recently on my podcast, and their recurring advice of quality over quantity showed me a new level of patience in making sure I write the best novel I can. In this podcast, Hugh mentions how he didn’t hit it big until Wool (now optioned […]

Saturday Spotlight: “Wool” and “The Plagiarist” by Hugh Howey

Saturday Spotlight: “Wool” and “The Plagiarist” by Hugh Howey

I’m filling in today for our brother, Tymothy Longoria, who deserves his own spotlight and congratulations for his first published story appearing in the Seven Deadly Sins anthology. Saturday Spotlight is a weekly blog series I write for my website that spreads the word about 5 star fiction, mostly in short story form, to help […]