tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

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Picking Up the Ghost
a YA urban fantasy of ghosts, lies, and voodoo

tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

tone milazzo


Running Wild Anthology of Stories Vol. 2
featuring ‘The Ginger Jar’

tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

tone milazzo

one monkey, no typewriters

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San Diego writer of speculative fiction in prose and comics. Author of the YA urban fantasy Picking Up the Ghost, the upcoming E.S.P. and espionage novel The Faith Machine, and the upcoming graphic novel Dead Woman.

Open to freelance work punching up stories or homepages, script-doctoring, beta reads, or other opinion vendings. Represented by Cherry Weiner

Stories have been with us since the first hunter told another about the one who got away. Stories are what make us human. Stories lead to understanding. Stories are cooked. Fiction, religion, biographies, gossip, gaming, and history it all goes into the pot and out comes as fiction. To those ends I’ve been around, professionally speaking. Marine, taxi driver, teacher, scientist, and coder. This breath of experience has given me a little knowledge about a lot of things, good and bad.

A good story reaches beyond the scope of its words.

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Two Fisted Tales of Knowing One’s Limitations

Wednesday evening I was watching Samurai Champloo, downloading Window 7 Release Client and developing the characters of my next novel when I was reminded of my A B Project limitation. Project A is what I have to do, what makes money, the job. Project B is what I want to do, what satisfies my creative needs, the writing. Ideally someday Project B will become Project A and then I’ll take up restoring antique birdhouses or something, I’ll worry about that if the time comes.

But lately I’ve been thinking about Project C, which has a better chance of becoming the new Project A but has a steep learning curve and start up time. No job lasts forever and it’s better to be prepared, I just don’t want to risk losing Project B.

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