Trimming the fat. We all know that the fat is something a good steak desperately needs. The fat is where the flavor is, and a good, heavily-marbled steak is naturally juicy, a better piece of delicious, delicious steak when cooked properly (The answer here is rare to medium-rare. Period.) A hamburger with a certain amount of fat is a naturally better-tasting hamburger, especially when perfectly cooked (the answer is medium-rare to medium. Period.)
A good story is the meat.
Welcome to the new and improved web site! If you’re new here, welcome! Feel free to poke around and get a feel for what it is that I do. You’ll find a lot of cool tidbits and other neat things here, such as my blog about (mostly) writing, the process behind it, and the trial-and-error process a new indie writer can go through. Hopefully you can learn from my mistakes! And if you like science fiction, good characters, and fun, my newest book The Long Way Home is coming soon! I