I strive to offer my experiences as an independent creator with the perspective of a veteran beginner. Whenever I can teach or share, I write an article for my blog, Scribtotum.
scrihb-tote-um (Noun): A portmanteau combining the words “scribe” (writer) and “totum” (roughly Latin for “the whole thing”). Borrowed / adapted from the word “factotum” (one who does all kinds of work) to mean “one who writes on all kinds of subject matter.”
All about my new Sovereign Era short story, “The News From Bewilder Pond.” Pre-order from Amazon.com and it’s yours to read instantly on December 17, 2019.
This one’s for my mother.
A moment of gratitude and recognition for my tiny steadfast circle of patrons.
I changed my stance and my strategy when it comes to my self-published e-books.
Here I am with a new site design and a few words about where I’ve been the last few months.
Presenting your invitation to the Autumn Project (2018), in which you can be a fly on the wall for every step, start to finish, as Matthew Wayne Selznick embarks on his first major creative work in five years. Read more to learn all about it!
Let’s take a fresh look at why neo-patronage, specifically through the Patreon platform, is a great way for independent creators to build community, foster engagement, and add a reliable revenue stream for their creative endeavors.
A short list of the podcasts and websites I look to these days for inspiration, ideas, and insight into the creative process.