Creating consistent results in writing had always proven to be the most difficult goal for me as a writer. I feel that I’m also not alone in this as other writers I’ve talked to have also struggled with achieving results. I wrote an article a while back when I heard about the idea of discipline … Continue reading Motivated Writing vs Disciplined Writing
Very rarely does one ever pick up a book out of random in a bookstore and become pleasantly surprised. When I found myself in Portland one summer I visited the Powell’s City of Books store I had heard so much about. I spent hours in there while my friends wandered the city. Ultimately I wanted … Continue reading Book Review : Dark Run by Mike Brooks
While reading Norse Mythology by Neil Gaimen, I couldn’t help but raise an eyebrow at the adventures of Thor, Loki and Odin. We live in a time where characters are expected to be deep and often complicated with various emotions. My first criticism of any story I read is whether or not the characters are … Continue reading Character Design : How do you write a deity?
Anyone who loves well developed fantasy worlds filled with fascinating characters will love “The Shadow of What Was Lost.” I found myself immersed in the book making the large size of it easier to digest as the writing style is fantastic and easy to be entranced by. Character Development 9/10 The story follows the tale … Continue reading Book Review : The Shadow of What Was Lost by James Islington
I've never been one to accept that resolutions had to be decided on New Years. I find spring is the best time to reflect on the past year and review what I would want to work on. A time when I would think about my failings in the past year and how I can improve … Continue reading New Blog, New Emphasis, New Goals