• My current projects include An Alien's Guide to Invading the Earth, (a collection of short stories on the topic of Earth Invasion)

General details

  • RikScott

  • Kingston, Washington

  • Richard August Scott

  • University of San Francisco, BS Organizational Behavior

  • Male

  • English

In short

  • RikScott v.7.1

    I have been writing for a long time, and actually thought of myself as serious about it.  That was until I joined WEbook and discovered what really working at it meant.  Writing is the hardest "occupation" I have ever had, and the most fulfilling.

    A little over three years ago (as of this update) I took an unexpected hiatus in my writing “career”, during which time I helped re-open a bookstore in Kingston Washington.  I’ve really missed writing.

    So, now I’m back, and anxious to get back into the WEbook community.

    That said, I will be happy to read and review your work as
    time permits, but PLEASE understand, only ask me to look if you want an honest TECHNICAL review.  While I appreciate good content, I am especially interested in good grammar, punctuation, spelling, and the PACE of your story.  Oh, I’m also of the opinion that “clever” formatting or “special” fonts are an insult to your reader.  Kind of death on that stuff.


  • I have been fortunate enough to meet and befriend many good writers here at WEbook. Oh, and one of my novels won top honors at a WEbook competition.

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • Fiction: Humor/Satire, Literary, Mystery, Sci Fi/Fantasy

    Non-Fiction: Computing & Internet, Humor, Reference, Science, Self-Help

  • Mind Parasites
    Second Son
    The Stand
    The Dark Tower
  • I typically read (and listen to) 3 or 4 books at a time.  However, just now, I am rereading the Croyd series by Ian Wallace and Guns, Germs and Steel, by Jared Diamond.
  • In a not-too-comfortable chair with good light.
  • Radio Plays, Screenplays
  • Fiction: Children's, Crime, Humor/Satire, Literary, Mystery, Sci Fi/Fantasy, Teen

    Non-Fiction: Humor, Reference, Self-Help, True Crime

  • Hmm.... He's not a "character", but writer Colin Wilson.  I'd like to experience a mind that can write a book that has something to make you stop, think, and wonder every couple of pages.
  • Stephen King
    Charles Williams
    Ian Wallace
    James Branch Cabell
    Jorge Luis Borges
    Herman Hesse

    Favorite WEbookers