The struggle of every creative, fiction writer: coming up with new ideas. Here are a couple lists to keep those creative juices flowing.
Sure, the story is your foundation, but the characters are your walls, roof, and windows. Let's make them strong. Tips and tricks for days.
I'm at this point in my life where I am constantly looking back. Back at old videos, back at old photos, back at old posts, etc. So here I am, back at this post. This was the first post I ever wrote and published on my blog. How ironic is it that the beginning was … Continue reading Where is “The End”
You should go out into the world and proudly proclaim that you are a writer. Why? Let's talk about that.
I've always thought I was comfortable in my own skin. I don't embarrass easily. As I demonstrate in the picture below: I'm willing to make a fool of myself for the sake of a laugh. Here I was, at my job, wearing two tree skirts - one as a poncho, one as a skirt - … Continue reading The Girl Who Doesn’t Care, Cares A Lot
Very rarely do I find things embarrassing. The most embarrassing things are the funniest. So, for the sake of laughter, I share with you two reasons (experiences) that show you why life as a writer (or my life in general) IS NOT glamorous. At all. Not even a little bit. So, as a full-time student, … Continue reading 2 embarrassing reasons why life as an author ISN’T glamorous.
It's... contemplative. Introspective. Thoughtful. It is what most would call... Boring. Most people wouldn't dare define their own writing as boring, but I'm doing just that. Why? Because it says a lot about who I am. While we're told not to take bad reviews personally, and I tend not to, I do find it interesting … Continue reading How I define my writing style
Being an independent writer, I often times forget that I can fail, and when I do I often have trouble admitting so. It's not that I don't like failing... I mean, I don't, who does? But what I'm getting at is most of the time failing doesn't bother me. It didn't used to, anyway. Most … Continue reading I have failed, and I’ll probably fail again
WARNING: THERE WILL BE SPOILERS. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. First a little background on the game Catherine, as described on the Catherine Wiki: Catherine is an M-rated horror/romance/puzzle/adventure video game from Atlus USA, released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game is developed by the same team that created Persona 3 and Persona 4: Katsura … Continue reading 4 Things Catherine taught me about writing
As a writer, we all have our special place. The place we feel the most creative and inspired, the place where writing is as easy as breathing, and mine just happens to be my desk. This is my desk. My laptop next to my notepad, a cereal bowl, a coke with my name on it, … Continue reading What your desk says about you