Hello everyone! I though I would expand on the part of my reviews where I talk about what writer’s can learn from the book. There’s often so much that I want to say in these small parts but it would risk derailing the entire review. Hope you enjoy it! ** Spoiler Warnings! ** Percy Jackson … Continue reading Author Musings #1: The Hero Villain Dynamic
Hi Everyone! This is the first of many monthly updates to my Author timeline. I’m hoping that by sharing my progress once a month, it will push me to make significant progress to share with everyone. It’s a way of keeping myself accountable while also sharing my progress and expected release dates for my books. … Continue reading Author Update #1
After about a year and a half of writing and editing, I've finally finished writing my second book, the sequel to The Legend of Nariko: The Mark of Silverfrost! It's taken a lot longer than I had hoped to be honest, yet now that I look back on it I can't feel too disappointed by … Continue reading Fantastic News!
Last week I talked about how I wanted to write an article on Scrivener by Literature and Latte (that name is amazing by the way) but didn't learn enough back then to give a proper impression. I've given it a week while working on my second book so I could look at it with the … Continue reading Scrivener, from a Windows Perspective
Hello Everyone! I wanted to start off by apologizing for my absence in the month of July. The reason being I worked so much on working on the 2nd edition of my book that I lost focus on my other goals such as posting content once a week. It turned out there was so much … Continue reading Update and Apology
Character development is already a difficult task. I can’t fathom how many hours I’ve spent struggling with creating characters and understanding exactly who they are. It’s not simply how the characters grow as the story progresses, but how the world reacts to them. Do they give off a different aura about them than they had … Continue reading Finding a Character’s Voice
Earlier I wrote about how disciplined writing can yield great results for progress. I wish I could remember who said it originally, but there was a saying that was told to me that really helped me continue writing. Treat your hobby and passion like you would work, that you have to do it and work … Continue reading Work, Life, Writing Balance