Snippets of The Prodigal Band Trilogy–Links to Posts on OmegaBooksNet Site

The following links to the OmegaBooksNet website link to “snippets” from The Prodigal Band Trilogy articles by genre category, that is, the snippets would fit into the particular genre category, such as romance, suspense, horror, etc. The actual citation from The Prodigal Band Trilogy is highlighted with a description of the event or scene in play. The book chapter is also mentioned–the snippet either comes from the three-books-in-one trilogy part (Battle of the Band, The Prophesied Band, The Prodigal Band).

Here are the links by category:

Comedy

Conspiracy

Drama

Fantasy

Horror

Mystery

Occult part 1

Occult part 2

Paranormal

Romance

Satire

Spiritual

Suspense

Tragedy

After that there  will be Character snippets.

Being a ‘Non-Conformist’ Author: You Don’t Always Have to ‘Follow the Script’

In the mid-1990s I joined a local far west Texas writer’s group called ‘Texas Mountain Trail Writers.’ While working on the first printed novel I would call Battle of the Band, I needed ‘tutoring’ so-to-speak on absolutely what had to go into the novel to make it a legitimate novel, to market and sell the thing–that is, get some literary agent to ‘sell’ it to a big time publisher. No literary agent came a-calling, so I had to do it myself.

And this was what I picked up in all of these discussions and even annual writer conferences, which I will now list:

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Being a ‘Non-Conformist’ Author: You Don’t Always Have to ‘Follow the Script’

In the mid-1990s I joined a local far west Texas writer’s group called ‘Texas Mountain Trail Writers.’ While working on the first printed novel I would call Battle of the Band, I needed ‘tutoring’ so-to-speak on absolutely what had to go into the novel to make it a legitimate novel, to market and sell the thing–that is, get some literary agent to ‘sell’ it to a big time publisher. No literary agent came a-calling, so I had to do it myself.

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