I frequently hear people say that they could never be a writer. I believe anyone and everyone could be a writer. Let's talk about how and why.
I achieved my goal of publishing this year. I will have a poem published by the end of this year. How are your goals going? Let's support each other.
What better way to make realistic characters and dialogue than socializing? Let's talk about why writer's should socialize more and how it benefits writing.
I am living for the latest and greatest Japanese reality Netflix series Terrace House, but what has it taught me about writing? Let's talk about that.
Inspiration, the coveted feeling of every writer. Let me tell you why writing inspiration is garbage, but also how to find it once you've lost it.
Writer's go through rough/dry/tough patches all the time. If I could give one piece of advice to any struggling writer it would be this.
Death Mark - a Japanese adventure game. I've played it, and it has taught me a lot of tips and tricks for my own writing. Let's talk about them.
What did a Japanese reality show teach me about writing?
A writer emailed me with a request, "Hello, I'm an aspiring writer and I was wondering if you have a piece of writing advice for getting through rough patches. " I'm still not sure if I gave her anything useful, but I wanted to share my response here, in case anyone else needs the reminder. I know … Continue reading 1 piece of advice for any struggling writer
One of the first pieces of advice you will ever receive as a writer is to read. Subconsciously, reading helps you learn to write in a variety of ways: you pick up grammar skills, you learn a variety of writing styles, you learn about story structure, character development, etc. All these are wonderful skills that … Continue reading The Benefit of Joining a Book Club, for Writers