Sha’Daa Facets – Facebook Party tomorrow night

ShaDaa Facets
ShaDaa Facets

To celebrate the release of Sha’Daa Facets, we are having a release party Friday May 15, starting at 4:30 PM. Everyone is welcome.

Click here to join (assuming you have a Facebook account!)

Regards

Wayne Borean

Thursday May 14, 2015

 

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Sha’Daa Facets

ShaDaa Facets
ShaDaa Facets

Sha’Daa Facets is now on sale. It includes a story by yours truly that was an absolute joy to write. The publisher’s blurb says:

Over a century ago evil crossed the barriers of reality and entered our world. Dispersing itself across the Earth among an eclectic array of jewelry and microcircuits, this darkness has interacted with much of the most heinous and atrocious acts committed on our planet to date. But now, after decades of secrecy, the truth of this covert and eldritch intrusion has now been exposed to the light of day. In an epic that spans oceans, continents, and dimensions, the personal accounts of those who have come face to face with the unimaginable are now released for your reading pleasure. SHA’DAA FACETS offers up 24 frightening and macabre tales of the past and present, penned by some of today’s most imaginative authors.

Buy lots of copies so I get rich!

Regards

Wayne Borean

Sunday April 26, 2015

 

NaNoWriMo – Knowledge or Write What you Know

Knowledge? Bet you’re wondering what I’m talking about πŸ™‚

First I’m going to quote a Billy Joel song:

I’ve been stranded in the combat zone
I walked through Bedford Stuy alone
Even rode my motorcycle in the rain
And you told me not to drive
But I made it home alive
So you said that only proves that I’m insane

Now you’re probably really wondering where I’m going. I do have a point though…

Continue reading “NaNoWriMo – Knowledge or Write What you Know”

Writing Inspiration

Hardy Boys Boat
Hardy Boys Boat

Was in Haileybury yesterday, and had my camera with me. The boat above is supposed to have been the boat owned by Leslie McFarlane, who wrote the early Hardy Boys novels. He spent a good part of his youth living near my home, and one of his early jobs was reporter on the local newspaper, theΒ Cobalt Daily Nugget for the princely sum of $8.00 per week.

The point? Anyone can be a writer. Even someone from a small town in the far north.

Yes, the books do sayΒ Franklin W. Dixon on the spine. Franklin W. Dixon was a collective pseudonym used by a group of writers hired to write the Hardy Boys series.

Leslie McFarlane is a local hero.

Regards

Wayne Borean

Sunday September 28, 2014