Sharing imaginary friends since 1985

Sharing imaginary friends since 1985

My name is Chuck Waldron, and I’m a writer. I love to write. Previously, a professional mountain climber, if you view work as climbing mountains, I now spend most of my time trying to make sense of what to do when the plot bunny bites with story ideas. Luckily, when the plot bunny bites, I have many imaginary friends, and yours truly is not afraid to use them. They allow me to tell their stories, on many occasions, even demanding it. Who can ignore their shouting? Not me. My imaginary friends whisper stories that turn into thrillers mixed with mystery and action, character-driven stories spiced with plot twists. I want to share my imaginary friends. That’s a tall order. I must keep them. It’s a crime to cheat readers out of their precious reading time. I’m in awe of readers. They can give a story five stars. What writer doesn’t want that? What about thumbs down. Oh no, you say? Smart writers learn from mistakes. The reader is the ultimate judge. Credentials? Does one need a license to get creative? When I found out I didn’t need a government-issued permit to write a story, it was simple. I just started.…

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