November 6, 2011 in Dag

R.B. Wood – Writing that Stands Out from the Crowd

Today is a special even here at Dag-Lit Central. I’m proud to be hosting my first visitor, Mr R.B. Wood. He’s dropping in here as part of his Magical Mystery Blog tour to talk about what he believes makes a story stand out from the crowd. So without any further ado, over to Mr Wood. 

November 1, 2011 in Dag

The Free Economics of the Indie Author World

Today I’m going to say a few things on a subject which I really know next to nothing about. But then again, not knowing about things has never stopped me talking about them. So the subject of today’s post is economics. I know, most people wouldn’t find economics to be the most interesting subject, but

October 23, 2011 in Dag

Welcome to the House of Fun

Welcome to Dag-Lit Central, AKA the House of Fun. In all of the locations to visit during the Trick or Treat for Ebooks, this is undoubtedly the least frightening, most utterly un-scary place on the whole hop. I guess you could say that I’m the little kid in the clown suit among all those witches

October 16, 2011 in Dag

The True Superheroes of the Writing World

A couple of months ago I did a post about supermodels. The gist of this was that it was utterly ridiculous for a group of people to be given the status of “super” merely for walking up and down wearing expensive clothes on their bodies and vacant looks on their faces. This got me thinking

October 9, 2011 in Dag

Of friends, memories, and old English teachers

Today was a pretty special day for my family. My dad just celebrated his 80th birthday.  It was quite a big deal. Just about all of his friends were there as well as a bunch of family. It was amazing to see all of these people in the one room. These were people I had