Tip-Top Readers, I’ve decided to take this story offline for completion so that I can submit it for publication,
E-Vatar “Terminal” Preview
I just can't resist giving you a sneak peak, because this music and this singer is going to make E-Vatar a hit!
What to expect from this site in 2021
For years, this site has been primarily a platform to advertise my publications and share an occasional blogpost, and I've used other sites to post actual literary content. But for 2021, I want to change that! I am moving my existing web serial/novel content to davidwilsonburns.com. I sell much of my writing in traditional book …
And now for the exciting conclusion of Bay City Runaway!
I was waiting outside when Kyra arrived in her beat-up Nissan Sentra. She pulled up next to me, rolled down the window, and said, “Get in. Oh shit, James. Have you seen your face?” she asked, “And are you drunk?” “I just want to get her out of there. Go! Go! Go!” “Where are we …
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Bay City Runaway Available as a Daily Serial – FREE
As I navigate my way through the beginnings of a writing career, my number one goal is to be read. I have a publisher for one of my books, but my latest book is still unsigned: Bay City Runaway. I've published it myself on Amazon and a number of people have read it. But as …
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My Interview on Hope Cast with Kentstead-Media!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm1bBqcA2Zk Watch my interview with Kentstead Media about life, writing, and (of course!) HOPE on this special Hope Cast! As a bonus, I take a crack at their jingle from my piano!
Whiff – The audio book!
I am so proud to introduce my first audiobook. It features the voice talents of Peter Kuhn. Jim Bronson is a man of limited social skills and emotional range. His only friend is Mother (Maybelline lipstick, stale coffee, Channel #5, Finesse Moisturizing Shampoo, cigarette smoke, and spearmint gun). He has a rare condition that gives …
Writing the Second Novel: What I’m Doing Differently
This month, I completed and published my first novel, Bay City Runaway, and last week I dusted off an older project and began writing it. It's a different kind of novel--more of a mystery and perhaps less emotionally intense. Bay City was rather dark and moody--like me sometimes. I constructed a scant three-act outline for …
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