The Word: 4 Insights from My Writing Journey by Joshua Robertson

At nine years old, I walked home from school each day to hunch over my wooden desk and furiously write a horror story on the wide-ruled paper of a notepad. I included elements of friendship and love, mystery and adventure, and the haunting images from my too-active imagination. I finished the short tale over a … Continue reading The Word: 4 Insights from My Writing Journey by Joshua Robertson

28 DoBR: The History of Spiritualism by Arthur Conan Doyle

Whether it was my bestselling short story Human Ouija or really anything I've written you can see the influence this book has had on me and my writing. I've even described myself as a spiritualist-type of person. I never really understood what my beliefs were growing up. I knew I believed in being a good … Continue reading 28 DoBR: The History of Spiritualism by Arthur Conan Doyle

CRITD: Beyond the Borders – What’s so important about it?

It's not just this book alone that is important, but the entire Crossroads in the Dark anthology series that is. Why? They are charitable. This edition marks the fifth installment of the series and it's raising money for St. Jude's Hospital. All the work that goes on behind-the-scenes (cover services, formatting, editing, and any/all that … Continue reading CRITD: Beyond the Borders – What’s so important about it?

CRITD: Beyond the Borders – What I submitted and what inspired O.W.L.S.

The next anthology in the Crossroads in the Dark series is coming soon. I submitted my story O.W.L.S., which is a sci-fi story. I've wanted to do something dealing with aliens for a long time but I wasn't sure if I'd be able to, but I made it work. This particular story revolves around a … Continue reading CRITD: Beyond the Borders – What I submitted and what inspired O.W.L.S.