Author archive: David Mullin

Writing
Back After an Absence
July 21, 2017
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As I mentioned in a previous post, I have the tendency to ebb and flow with my interests. Writing, photography, filmmaking, etc. The thing is, I know this about myself and it’s something that I can’t stand about myself. I guess the positives from it mean that I get to experience many different things at […]
Book Review
Review: The Rift Uprising
March 7, 2017
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The Rift Uprising by Amy S. Foster I think I had different expectations when I picked up this book. I wasn’t expecting a YA novel. Once I got over that realization, however, I thought the story and plot were good, but the character development needed a little work. The best part of the novel was […]
Writing
Short Story: Buffalo Run
September 27, 2016
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Finally it is ready for release, my new short story titled “Buffalo Run.” It’s a story set in Yosemite Valley in a dystopian future (don’t worry, no teenagers!). The idea came while going through stream of consciousness exercises for my screenwriting class earlier in the year. The exercise started off by finding a picture in […]
Book Review
Review: The Crown Tower
September 16, 2016
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The Crown Tower by Michael J. Sullivan This has been the fantasy series I’ve been looking for. The characters are fun and well drawn out, the plot is not convoluted, and the writing flows easily. Having read a lot of epic fantasies lately, I really enjoyed reading a book that I could finish within a […]
Writing
Writing Strong, Likable Female Characters is Tough
September 14, 2016
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I have grown up around strong women my entire life. My mother is and always was a firecracker, never afraid to speak her mind to any and all who got in her way. My sister was also strong but in a quieter way. She is one of the sweetest persons I’ve ever known but she […]