Online Publications

Like a travelling notebook, B.K.’s writing can be found far and wide.  This page houses a comprehensive list of all works that he has published online and links to them!


Could a Human Interface Lead to an Empathic VR?
As virtual reality becomes more present and more important in our lives, is there a way to make the avatars within the simulation feel emotion?
Published by The Debrief

Evil Not Included
When creating a villain, does this character necessarily have to be evil?  I explore the ideas of creating villains based on opposing sociopolitical objectives.
Published by The Dark Lord Journal

Polishing Gemstones: The Author-Editor Relationship
B.K. gives us a perspective from both sides of the editing desk, and lets us know that our gut reaction shouldn’t stand in the way of perfection.
Published by The Worlds of Michael D. Nadeau

Cooking up a Great Story
A tongue-in-cheek exploration of mixing up the ingredients in your author’s pantry to create something new and delicious.
Published by GB Writes With Others

Five Tips for Creating Relatable Characters
Out of the three pillars of all stories—setting, character, and plot—the aspect that most strongly resonates with most readers and connects them to the story is character. The surest way to immerse the widest range of readers into your writing is to create relatable characters.
Published by Campfire Learn

So You Wrote a Book, Now What?
Congratulations. You’ve displayed the dedication, self-discipline, creativity, and emotional fortitude to finish writing a book! Take a moment to bask in the accomplishment. All basked? Good. Now, what are you going to do with that manuscript?
Published by Campfire Learn


Knight of Arcadia – Chapter One, Chapter Two
Bruce wanted to stay out of politics, but when there’s a mob of protesters trying to kill an alien woman that he’s standing next to, he has to decide which side he is on.
Published by Collective Unrest

A Diamond Among the Rough
Enter a world of cyberpunk noir as a hardboiled detective investigates what seems to be a typical murder.  What he finds leads him to believe that there is more going on than he had expected.
Lore Publication science fiction contest winner!
Published by Lore Publication

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