My Indy Journey – Day 23

Posted On Jul 23 2014 by

  Back in the swing of things! And on schedule. I’m finding it easy to crank out a scene when I’ve got a few lines to outline it already in place. It gives me enough creative freedom to let the story flow and enough guideline to stay on track. If you wanna write a book every two months, you don’t have time to write yourself into a corner and back your way out. So here’s today’s stats: Now I Knew You: 1,470 words written. 32,200 words total. Camp Dogs: Fast edited to scene 71 of 93. I just edited plot …


Rage Against the Indy

Posted On Jul 23 2014 by

A few years ago I read an article about The Small Corporation. I wish I’d saved it. The jist of it is this: We’ve reached the end of the age of giant corporations. The future is for small companies and individual entrepenuers. The reasoning is simple: Before the 19th century, the individual was fairly self-sustaining. We grew and hunted our own food, built our own homes, and there was really little else we needed. We could trade or sell our excesses to buy the things we couldn’t make on our own. Starting with the Industrial Age, the invention of the …