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Friday, May 26, 2017

Dan Dan The Art Man's Book Reviews | Episode 63
Storm Front by Jim Butcher


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In this 63rd episode, I review Storm Front by Jim Butcher. Listen to hear why I thought this book was such a fun read. Moody, dark, full of awesome magical detective work that had me on the edge of my seat, scared, and laughing my head off all in the same book. 

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Storm Front (Dresden Files)

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http://www.jim-butcher.com/

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Storm Front: The Dresden Files, Book 1 (Affiliate Link)
Written by Jim Butcher
Narrated James Marsters


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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

30-Day Author: Develop a Daily Writing Habit and Write Your Book in 30 Days (or Less) | Book Review

W3Schools
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For whatever reason, this is the book that helped me to finally start a daily writing habit. There's a ton of great stuff in this book but the best thing I took from it was to write every day. I've heard that advice for years and years but after reading this book I finally put it into practice and low and behold it helped me finish the book I was writing in way less time than it would have taken me with my old writing habits.

I got a lot out of this book. Nothing flashy or fancy, just truthful sound writing advice. It worked too! I'm in my second month of writing every day, and I'll never go back. Time to go read some of this authors fiction!

Pick this book up and give it a read. Your finished books will thank you for it:
30-Day Author: Develop a Daily Writing Habit and Write Your Book in 30 Days (or Less) (Wordslinger) (Affiliate Link)

The author Kevin Tumlinson also has a great writing podcast that I listen to called The Wordslinger. Podcast Check it out too! I've gotten a lot out of it. He has a ton of great interviews.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Dan Dan The Art Man's Book Reviews | Episode 62
Looking for Alaska by John Green


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In this 62nd episode, I review Looking for Alaska by John Green. Listen to hear why I thought this book was amazing for its brilliant writing and authentic coming of age narrative. I'm a sucker for coming of age stories and this one really got to me. I loved it. 

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Looking for Alaska

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Written by John Green
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Friday, May 19, 2017

Writing Update | Haunted House Flipper

This cover is a work in progress.
Hi guys. I just wanted to give you all a little update on how my writing is going on my current novel "Haunted House Flipper." Once I started writing every day the first draft was done in a couple of months. Now, however, it's going slower. One reason for this is that I do a lot of the first draft while commuting by talking into my phone.

I use speech to text and so my phone transcribes everything I say. It's a really fast way to work and it allows me to talk to my phone while I drive and spit out a story. Of course, there's a lot of editing in post to fix the funny ways my speech gets transcribed into the wrong words, but it's not that bad. My phone is surprisingly accurate and speech to text gets words on the screen way faster than I can type. The dialog also comes out very naturally and seems a lot easier to do than when writing on a keyboard.

All this to say that I can't really edit my work in the way I need to while driving. If I was doing copy edits then that's pretty easy. I have my phone use text to speech to read my writing to me and if I hear something wrong I stop and use speech to text in a notes app to write down the typo. Then I can go back later and use the Find feature to search right to those typos and correct them. I'm happy to say that most of the story, even on a sentence by sentence level, isn't changing.

The problem is that over halfway through my book I changed the mentor character into also being the love interest. I'm also not sure if they're just going to develop a friendship throughout the book or a romance by the end of it. So those are parts I'm going to need to rewrite or heavily edit. Once I see how that goes I'll get to the end and write the last scene. Then my book will be through the second draft and ready for Beta Readers. If you just can't wait you can also be a beta reader for me now on Wattpad. Just follow along there as I publish the revised chapters until the whole book is up there. I'd really appreciate any feedback you have for me. Thanks! Here's a little preview of the story below if you want to check it out right now without leaving this page. From here it will take you right to the story on Wattpad too!

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Old Man's War by John Scalzi | Book Review

The main character, John Perry, turns 75 and decides to join the army. There he's promised that he'll somehow be made new again like when he was young. He just has to leave all he's known and fight a bunch of aliens. But hey there's no other way to be young again and see the rest of the universe! 

I liked this book a lot, at first. You might love it all the way through. The reasons I sort of lost interest in it just might be the reasons a lot of other science fiction readers will enjoy this book. It was a great book, it just wasn't for me. I liked it, but I didn't love it.

The author's sense of humor helped a lot and made this a really fun read most of the time. Even though it can get dark and scary, the main character jokes his way through it all. That part of the book was awesome and I laughed out loud many times while reading this book. So that was one of its strengths to me.

The story was pretty cool too, that is while there was a story being told. A lot of the book was just a huge info dump to me which is why I grew bored reading it. I loved the scenes with boot camp and the characters getting to know their weapons. Those were some awesome rifles if you can call them that. The way the characters get to interact with their weapons and artificial intelligence was really cool in this book. That's all I will say so I don't give anything away.

Okay, now to the stuff I didn't care for that others might love. There were several scenes that are what I would call "talking head" scenes. Just characters sitting in a room talking. Some of them had the characters describing the science behind some of the futuristic technology in the book. That might be something most science fiction readers will love but I was super bored. I prefer scenes that push the story forward and keep moving. For me, these felt like huge stopping points where the story stopped and I had to push my way through huge info dumps. There was one early on and then a lot in the last half of the book. I lost interest for a while there because I stopped caring about what would happen to the characters. It did make you think about interesting situations that could come up in this crazy futuristic science fiction world.

There also wasn't much description in this book so it was hard to imagine it in my mind. I knew what was going on but could only get a vague picture of it visually. So it was talking heads in a blank white room, which to me was very boring. This isn't a story to paint the picture in your mind, but it's still a fun one with lots of cool future technology in it.

So if you're in for some cool Sci-Fi tech and some laughs check this book out. If you're in for a ton of dialogue and some thought provoking ideas then give this book a try. If you're looking for a fast paced action adventure story with vivid detail and descriptions then you might be a little disappointed. This book has a lot of strengths and I can see why so many people liked it, it just wasn't my cup of tea.

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Old Man's War

Check out the author's website:
http://whatever.scalzi.com/

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Write! App | A Review

Write! App
https://writeapp.co/
I was approached to try out a new app called Write! and I'm here to share my findings on it after using it. It's a cool app. Simple and sleek yet powerful. They got my attention in their email with the idea that it's a distraction-free writing app. I'm all about that. The app has a bunch of great features too. My preferred app for writing first drafts for years has been Notepad because it's literally just the text on the screen. No squiggly lines when you misspell a word. It's just you and the text and that's what I prefer. By the way, in this Write! app you can go to Tools > Turn Spellchecker Off and you get the notepad-like experience I love. All that editing stuff is for after you finish the first draft. This app can look almost as bare bones as that, and it's a great app for writing in and I really like the user experience after writing with it for a while. Let me tell you what I like about it. 

First off, all my stuff gets saved to the cloud. This is a big one for me, and one of the main reasons I moved from using Notepad to another software that's similar but saves to the cloud automatically. If my hardware dies I don't have to worry about losing any of my work. I love this feature! It gives me peace of mind. It also allows me to get to my documents from anywhere.

One feature I found, while digging around in the settings, is Enable Typing Sounds. I thought this was super cool with headphones on. Every time you hit a key you can hear either Mechanical or Typewriter sounds. Both sounded pretty cool and made me feel a little like I was typing on a typewriter or one of those great old computer keyboards that were a lot louder and required you to push down more on the keys. I still love typing on those old keyboards. Nothing can beat the sound. It brings me back to writing when I was young.

It's easy to have multiple projects open at the same time and switch between them with the tabs. This is really great for me when I'm doing things like glancing at my story outline document while writing the first draft of my novel. Other writing apps don't always make it so easy to switch between projects. The tabs feature is great.

If you want to change your user interface they make it super easy. Hate writing with black text on a white background? Use their "Switch to Dark Theme" feature to change it all to white text on a gray background with the click of a button. I'm used to writing with black text on a white background, but after trying the Dark Theme I couldn't go back to the Light Theme. It almost hurt. The Dark Theme is much easier on your eyes.

Have a deadline? You can set daily goals and track productivity stats. You can publish documents from the app to share with others. There's also a whole bunch of preset text styles to give you the look you're after. I've found that using a font I like while writing actually changes the experience for me so I think this is a cool feature.

Last but not least there's a feature unlike one I've seen before called focus mode. This fades out all the paragraphs except for the one you're working on. Don't knock it until you've tried it. It goes one step further in helping you have a distraction-free writing environment. It almost guides your eyes to the paragraph you're writing and makes the rest of the UI fade out of your attention. It's pretty cool.

Check out this awesome writing app here: https://writeapp.co/

Thursday, May 11, 2017

I Finished My Book!


Well, writing every day in March and April rewarded me with a finished manuscript. The first draft of my novel "Haunted House Flipper" is complete! I wrote this in the last blog post but this is more of a hurrah let's celebrate post because it's done! I'm currently going through it to clean it up and change the mentor character into the mentor/love interest character.

Obviously A Work In Progress :)
Other than that I haven't been changing much. Just a few awkward sentences here and there. A bit more description in a few places, but my changes are pretty minimal! I'm very happy about that and Dean Wesley Smith would say that's a good thing too. He's all about first drafts, a little cleanup - and call it good! I'm even more happy that I don't think I'll have the problem with this book that I've had with every other novel I've written. When I got to the end and reread it or gave it to beta readers I could tell the story was broken. No good structure, flow, plot or pacing.

That's because I was new and didn't really know much about story structure or how to outline. My outline is pretty sparse and mostly consists of story beats that are like tent poles that hold up the major parts of my story and it's up to me to fill in all the gaps between. I figure those out as I go, but I like to try and write what happens next with a few sentences because that helps me write way faster. I learned that trick from the book 2k to 10k: Writing Faster, Writing Better, and Writing More of What You Love by Rachel Aaron. By the way, if you click on that link and buy the amazing book that really helped me write faster it gives me a little kickback so thanks!

So yeah. It's done! Time to revise it so I can get it to Beta Readers and get some feedback on it! If you would like to be a beta reader just let me know. Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, May 8, 2017

A Writing Update and Results from Writing Every Day in April



That's me sitting in the pool drinking a Dirty Monkey. Oh man they're good! I've been gone for a week in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico with my lovely wife celebrating our 10 year wedding anniversary! I didn't have a chance to write up any blog posts, but I'm back and it's time for a nice big update. I had some pretty good writing days on our trip, tapping away with my thumbs on my iPhone. On 5/1/17 I wrote 1,960 words on my phone, and on the 3rd I wrote 818, and finally 1,533 words on the fourth. We headed back the next day.

My manuscript is currently at 59,638 words and I'm calling the first draft done even though I still need to write the last chapter. Let me explain. While over halfway through writing the first draft I realized I needed to change the mentor character into the love interest as well. This means changing the character from a dude to a lady and doing a bit of work on their relationship throughout the story. I'm not really sure where it will end up but once I know that I'll know what the last chapter needs to be.

So, I finished the first draft of "Haunted House Flipper!" I plan on going back through it now while it's somewhat fresh to rewrite little bits with those two love birds and their character reactions. I might not end up changing much because as it stands now they're still just friends at the end of the book. It might take some beta readers to let me know if that is a letdown or not. Either way, I will get this book cleaned up and published sometime this year. Once I finish the illustrations for my children's chapter book that one will be ready to publish too! After that I'm over halfway done writing my novel "Zombie Super Powers" and I have a completed Science Fiction novel called "We're Moving to Space" that needs a huge plot overhaul to fix the pacing. So let's see how many books I can publish this year! It will be at least two. Hopefully 3 or 4! I better get on it. Thanks for stopping by, and check out the data from my Writing Every Day in April below in a nice table and graph:

Here's a table showing how I did writing every day in April:
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DateDaily Word CountTotal Word CountAverage Word Count
4/16969508.4
4/21483
4/39171000
4/43471347
4/54291776
4/68742650
4/74463096
4/87253821
4/92904111
4/109965107
4/1110696176
4/125356711
4/133827093
4/148777970
4/1507970
4/163668336
4/179679303
4/1872610029
4/1963110660
4/2028310943
4/2143411377
4/2211211489
4/2361812107
4/248612193
4/25149213685
4/2631614001
4/273314034
4/2825814292
4/2921314505
4/3074715252
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Here's a nice little graph:

Friday, April 28, 2017

Dan Dan The Art Man's Book Reviews | Episode 61 Nocturnal by Scott Sigler


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In this 61st episode, I review Nocturnal by Scott Sigler. Listen to hear why I thought this book was possibly the best book I read in 2015. It was that good. It's a really long book but it's so good it reads like a quick novel. So much great stuff to share about why I loved this one.

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Nocturnal: A Novel

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http://scottsigler.com/

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Nocturnal: A Novel (Affiliate Link)
Written by Scott Sigler
Narrated Phil Gigante


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Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Haunted House Flipper | Manuscript Update


I'm currently about halfway through chapter 43 of my novel at 49,520 words. When I'm finished I'll have 50 chapters. That means I'm about 87% of the way done with the first draft! It's almost up to the NaNoWriMo standard of 50,000 words. That was actually my goal for the finished manuscript, but many of my chapters are running longer than 1,000 words. I'm okay with it.

I'm a huge believer in outlines, but I also think that you should feel free to change your outline as you write. I'm guessing the book will end up around 60K words. Some of my chapters end in the middle of a scene. I've been using the chapters to get the right length and pace to fit my story structure and plot. After I'm finished with the book and I know that things like my breaking into Act II story beat happens around the 25% mark and my midpoint happens around the halfway point, I'll probably combine some chapters. Okay, back to it. Thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Writing Every Day in April Week 2

I am so confused. I swear I wrote a post last week about writing every day in April and covered how week one went. As I look back though, the post is nowhere. It's not in a saved draft, it's not on this blog. I don't know what the heck happened to it. I even remember making the graphic for it. What the heck?! Well anyway, since that blog post is nowhere to be found, I'll let you know how this month of writing every day has gone including weeks one and two. Unlike in March this time around I've tracked my word count for every day. Here are my results. They might surprise you. People seem to think I get a ton of writing done. I certainly get more done then before I started writing every day, but I have some very sparse days with very few words. Here's the rundown below. My lowest day is highlighted in blue, my highest day is in green, and my average is highlighted in yellow:

DateDaily Word CountTotal Word CountAverage Word Count
4/16969569.2857143
4/21483
4/39171000
4/43471347
4/54291776
4/68742650
4/74463096
4/87253821
4/92904111
4/109965107
4/1110696176
4/125356711
4/133827093
4/148777970

And here's a handy graph of my word count:
Click on this image to see it at a larger size!
See nothing special! But I am writing every day and that has been amazing. The story is always fresh in my mind and even if I have 5 minutes to write on a given day the words just flow! Also the fact that for now my goal is to simply write something every day I have an easily attainable goal. Some of my best days are ones where I started out not thinking I could write but I knew I could at least get one sentence down. Here's the secret: once you start you just keep going! It's the getting started part that is sometimes so hard! Someday I hope to be like the other cool kids and have a daily word count but for now just establishing a daily writing habit is enough and it's helped me make a lot of progress on my current novel.

I found the image I made for week 1 so there's proof I worked on something for a post for week 1!:

Friday, April 7, 2017

Dan Dan The Art Man's Book Reviews | Episode 60
Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton


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In this 60th episode, I review Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. Listen to hear why I thought this book was an awesome gruesome adventure! Lots of wonderment, and a whole lot of super scary dinosaur action. The story of why I chose to read this book is fun too. 

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Jurassic Park: A Novel

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http://www.michaelcrichton.com/

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Jurassic Park: A Novel (Affiliate Link)
Written by Michael Crichton
Narrated Scott Brick


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Sunday, April 2, 2017

Sparks and Flame Cover Reveal


I've been toying with the idea of publishing all of my short stories in one collection for a long time. I just could never come up with a great name or cover. I named it "Danthology" at one point calling it an anthology of short stories by me, but that's not really an anthology. It's a short story collection. An anthology has a theme to all of the stories.

Most of my stories are either Science Fiction or Fantasy and so I like what I've come up with. Sparks and Flame will be the eBook and paperback edition of all my short stories packed into one book. I'm really excited to get it out there because I'm really proud of a lot of my short stories but there's no good way to publish them in a book unless I make a short story collection. This will be fun! As always thanks for stopping by!

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Day 31 of Writing Every Day In March


I did it! I wrote every day in the month of March!!! My manuscript is at 40,108 words. I'm in chapter 35 of 50! My first draft is 70% done!

I'm not sure how much I wrote this month, but I think it was around 16,000 to 17,000 words. It looks like I started around chapter 21 and from there the word count in my manuscript is almost 17,000. What I can tell you is it was the best writing experience I've had so far. Not as exciting as a 6,000+ word day I had during one NaNoWriMo, but a really great method I want to continue for the rest of my life. It's simple: write every day. That's it. It doesn't matter how many words, or for how long, but you write every day. It kept my mind in the story so every time I sat down to write, even if it was for five minutes, I could crank out the words and add more to my story.

I still didn't write a ton this month considering I wrote every day, but it was a whole lot more than I would have written using my normal technique. Wait until I have a decent chuck of free time and write for a large chunk. The problem is that those times usually come only a few times a month. So I never wrote consistently. Now that I've experienced writing every day, I never want to go back. So this month of April I will write every day again, AND track my word count. I should have a spiffy graph at the end of the month. Then you will see I'm not doing anything special. My biggest days were only 1,000 - 2,000 words, but a lot of days I only wrote a couple hundred words. 

In conclusion, I'm really glad I decided to make this challenge for myself. Part of the inspiration was a story about someone who decided to just do 5 pushups every time they brushed their teeth. 5 pushups was an easily attainable goal that they knew they could do every time. They almost always ended up doing way more than 5 pushups, but with that as the goal they always did them. I had many days where I did not feel like writing. In fact, some of my best writing sessions happened when I felt like I wouldn't be able to write anything good and thought "all I have to do is write one sentence." Knowing I could do that I would get started writing. The great thing I discovered this month? Once you start you always just keep going! My days with really small word counts were just days where I only had a small amount of time to jot down several paragraphs.

The other inspiration was from Jerry Seinfeld of all people. He's a super productive dude. He takes a calendar and every time he has a day where he wrote jokes he puts a red X on it. Then he marks a red X on the next day and it looks like a chain. Then he says "Don't break the chain." You can read about it in this Lifehacker article.

I think having daily word counts to hit deadlines is a smart awesome thing. For me right now, however, with my family of 6 and full time day job - I will keep writing everyday. No matter how many words I get down, I will write every day. And the words will keep piling up! Thanks for going on this journey with me!

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Day 28 of Writing Every Day In March



Well, it's the 28th and so far I've written every day this month! That is so awesome and exciting to me! It's a streak I haven't even accomplished during NaNoWriMo. I really wish I would have tracked exactly where I was in my manuscript so I could know the total number of words I will have written in March, but either way this little self-imposed challenge has been really successful so far. I'm thinking I'm just going to do it again next month - and try to keep it going for the rest of my life. Next month, though, I will be posting the word count for every day I write. Some days will be around 1,000 words or more, while others could be only a couple hundred. Below is a very rough approximation of my word count output so far this month:



Alright, here's a little progress report:

I'm just into the start of chapter 34 and at 38,247 words. The finished manuscript will probably be around 60,000 words. The story is going well and getting near the end of Act 2. Halfway through chapter 37 I'll be hitting Act 3. Then everything will ramp up and get harder and more exciting. My main character will really be pushed to try and get his goal accomplished. It should make for some exciting story. I can't wait to write it! It will be so exciting to finish this book. Writing every day this month has definitely gotten me a whole lot closer to finishing it. I'm so excited!

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Dan Dan The Art Man's Book Reviews | Episode 59
Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris



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In this 59th episode, I review Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris. Listen to hear why I like this book a lot, even though it's not a genre I typically read. 

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Dead Until Dark  (Sookie Stackhouse/True Blood, Book 1)

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http://charlaineharris.com/

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Dead Until Dark: Sookie Stackhouse Southern Vampire Mystery 1 (Affiliate Link)
Written by Charlaine Harris
Narrated Johanna Parker


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