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Goodbye Old Friend!


It’s time to retire an old friend. I’m permanently shelving my Dell Mini v9.

The fall of 2009 was the pre-tablet era and all the companies were pushing for smaller laptops. I got the Dell Mini because I researched it and found that I could mod it to run Snow Leopard, the then-current operating system for Macs.

Resist Them!


My newest book, RESIST THEM, is out and you can snag it on Amazon!

Get it here: https://www.amazon.com/Resist-Them-Scott-King/dp/1546405895/

RESIST THEM is a dystopian thriller. It’s dark, gritty, has lots of action and maybe a twist or two. If you are a fan of 1984, Brave New World, or other classic dystopians, you should enjoy it.

Happy Valentine’s Day!


I wrote this four years ago for a Valentine’s Day Blind Comic Date event where authors were randomly paired with artists. It’s one my favorite Valentine’s Day things I’ve written and that’s saying a lot since Valentine’s Day is an actual character in Holiday Wars!

What I’m Creating in 2016!

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My next big project is a series called Dragon Lotus. The map you see above this post is the map that I made to go with the series. In the books there are dragons, magic, and its a full on epic fantasy adventure! January was pretty much all about wrapping up the 2nd draft of book 1. I’m in the middle of re-writes now and my plan is to release books 1, 2, and 3 in early fall, all together.

I’m Offering an Online Writing Course!

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I’m now offering an Online Writing Course through Patreon. With it you will get a copy of “Finish the Script! A College Screenwriting Course in Book Form” as well as a private weekly google hangout so we can discuss your assignments and the progression of your writing project.

The online class is structured off the college course I used to teach, though I’ll adapt it depending on each individual writer. To sign up simply head over to Patreon and back it at the $75 level.

For those who don’t know, Patreon is a crowdfunding site, like Kickstarter, but instead of funding a single project for a large amount it lets people contribute ongoing amounts. That means you can sign-up for a month and cancel with no other obligations.