Category Archives: Satire

YOUR ‘VOICE’ IN WRITING

By Raji Singh (editor, archivist, archeo-apologist, Fiction House Publishing)   Psychologists will tell you “ignore those eerie, Halloween-ish voices that try to creep through your ears and into your brain.”  A writing instructor will tell you “listen for the written … Continue reading

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WRITING ADVICE

By Raji Singh, (My name is Raji Singh, although I am truly a Fiction.) “Try to write most everyday- to stay in close mental proximity to your stories and characters.  Vast inroads into your work will be the result.”  J. … Continue reading

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LEATHER, WHIPS, AND GUN-RUNNING ON THE RANGE – WHERE THE ARMS ARE BOUND

by Raji Singh As I archive the mid 19th and early 20th century Fiction House Publishing, I am finding bits and pieces of rough drafts and published works.  Some of the roughs were gnarred-on by carrier pigeons that delivered them … Continue reading

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Writing Technique: ARCHIVING THE FICTION HOUSE PUBLISHING COMPANY

By Raji Singh Technique and style observations about Fiction’s chief writer, William ‘Golden Boy’ Golden: Influenced by Sophocles and Shakespeare, Golden often anthropomorphized characters.  Two of his favorites were the sun, a distinctively British bloke, and his ‘lie-dy’, the moon.  … Continue reading

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Charles Darwin’s Victorian Romance

By Raji Singh RESURRECTING THE FICTION HOUSE My hired ‘experts’ jokingly, good-naturedly call me an archeo-apologist.  It is because of my zeal for my reclamation project – that of unearthing and archiving files, notes, books – over a century’s worth … Continue reading

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