Terry’s February Watercolour Writing Newsletter

READ MY FULLY FINISHED, 365 DAY DONE COMIC ON INSTAGRAM HERE. Stay tuned if you’ve emailed me about getting my comic in a book, I’m working on that next! As always, read the first (highly unedited) chapter of The Moon King here. In case you missed it, here’s the link to last month’s watercolor newsletter. Subscribe…

Terry’s September Watercolour Writing Newsletter

As always, read the first chapter of The Moon King here Read my watercolour story about a mouse and an egg here (scroll down to start reading from the beginning). For those of you interested in my watercolour webcomic in book format, stay tuned! Here’s the link to last month’s watercolor newsletter Subscribe below to receive my…

I Was Embarrassed That I Was Writing A Novel

At first I didn’t tell anyone I was writing a novel. I was super embarrassed about it. Now, I’m like, “Ef you embarrassment!” and I punch my embarrassment in the face and now everyone knows I’m doing writing things. Actually, telling people has only boosted my confidence and I’ve gained so many writing friends who…

How I got my first Flash Fiction Published

I’ve had 4 of my short stories published now — I’m just at the start of my writing career. I was first published nearly a year ago after pushing myself to write some short stories as I worked on my first novel (figured I might as well start getting my name out there). I tried…

Flash Fiction: Beverly Draws on Deck

Beverly Draws on Deck A drop of sweat from my brow landed in my glass and I put my pen down. The ink was melting down the page, ruining the bird I had drawn. With a sigh, I skimmed through all my drawings from the trip so far – a smoking man, two dancing octopi,…

Flash Fiction: Doron and Erin Get Lost

Doron and Erin Get Lost Waking up is never easy. It’s sluggish and you feel very old. “Something isn’t right! Doron, come quick!” Her voice was shrill. I yawned and wiped my eyes. “No no no! ” she yelled. I carefully stepped out of the cyrosleep chamber and grabbed a towel. “Quit worrying, Erin,” I…