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Ben John Cabigas

I write stories about kids, spooky things, and some taho. In that order.

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Book Review: Good Intentions: A Supervillain Story by Michael Crider

Continuing my fascination for this line of story-telling, this one’s more my pace. Continue reading “Book Review: Good Intentions: A Supervillain Story by Michael Crider”

When The Words Feel Wrong

This is how I define Writer’s Block: It’s not a drought of words. It’s writing the wrong words. Continue reading “When The Words Feel Wrong”

Footnotes (9/27/2016)

Just another day where I’m lost on whether to do one thing or another. Continue reading “Footnotes (9/27/2016)”

Footnote (9/23/2016)

Times when I will blah-blah entirely not about anything writer-y, book review-y, or author-y. Continue reading “Footnote (9/23/2016)”

A Bullet Grazed A Ghost While A Distraught Alien Spoke With The President

I would love to read that story if it ever gets written. Heck, I would love to write it. I wouldn’t guarantee you’d like it because I would write it the way I’d like it. Continue reading “A Bullet Grazed A Ghost While A Distraught Alien Spoke With The President”

A Murder Story For Children?

That’s not too hard to write. I’d simply take out the blood & gore and swear words but keep the dead guy, well, dead. Continue reading “A Murder Story For Children?”

I Wrote On A Sketchpad…

…And it didn’t work out.

But keep reading. There’s a good story here. Continue reading “I Wrote On A Sketchpad…”

Book Review: Please Don’t Tell My Parents I’m A Supervillain by Richard Roberts

I bought this book for my Kindle app way back in January but I only had time to read it in August. And I only read it because I was outside the house waiting for a service done and had nothing to do in the customer lounge.

What I didn’t count on was that I would get hooked. Badly. Continue reading “Book Review: Please Don’t Tell My Parents I’m A Supervillain by Richard Roberts”

This Feels Achingly Familiar…

 

So I found this article by Lucy Mitchell and, I have to say, if you want to call yourself a writer, please, please, tell me at least ONE of these points on her list make perfect sense to you. If not, start writing. And THEN you’ll see they’ll make sense to you. Continue reading “This Feels Achingly Familiar…”

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