The Therapeutic Effect of Character Development

Character struggles, both internal and external, are crucial to character development and essential for a good story. External struggles can be rather grandiose and hard to relate to especially in fantasy and science fiction novels. Though that’s not to say it’s impossible. A lot of difficulties characters face can be smaller scale and more personal … Continue reading The Therapeutic Effect of Character Development

Book Review : The Shadow’s Curse by Amy McCulloch

It seems that my fear of sequels is coming to an end. The Shadow’s Curse by Amy McCulloch was a beautifully written sequel that ended in an unexpected, yet perfect way. Character Development 9/10 This time around for the sequel, the book jumps between the perspectives of Raimanan and Wadi. The duality of their experiences … Continue reading Book Review : The Shadow’s Curse by Amy McCulloch

Healthy Living, Meditation and Flow State Writing

Lately I’ve been watching a lot of videos regarding self improvement and living a healthy lifestyle. My goal, like many others, was to improve my day to day life and generally be healthier. At first I thought it would be a simple endeavor but soon realized it required a discipline I had not really cultivated … Continue reading Healthy Living, Meditation and Flow State Writing