A in-depth list of what killed my writing.
My initial thoughts on my mother's death and her obituary.
Chapter One of my WIP Sci-Fi.
A continuation of the sex discussion from a woman's perspective.
This in-depth look may reopen healing wounds...
Update on plans, projects, and more!
Was NanoWriMo your salvation or annihilation?
There's a sadness deep in me, it'll stay for a spell.
Kadena Library is hosting the next Come Write In for NaNoWriMo. Meet us there, in the Conference Room, on Wednesday the 15th, from 1600 to 2000. There is a place for peers and strangers, salty writers and greenhorn beginners, veterans and civilians. Come join us!
Once upon a time, when musicians could actually play instruments and they wrote their own music...
Something new from the Sci-Fi novel I'm working on.
From the rut of Act I to the resolution beyond Act III's climax.
"Our way is the old way," but is it the "dead" way?
Building a unique character from the inside out.
Every book starts with a single idea. You may have met people that say, "I've got a great idea for a book!" And you say, "Tell me about it." Then, they enter a fifteen-minute discourse of jumbled thoughts and convoluted characters that are paper-thin and weak. But, that's okay, it's expected. I call this the … Continue reading The 5 W’s: A Spark of Thoughts
Dialogue tags are a part of writing, they always will be, but my opinion on the matter seems to be in the minority, and I cannot understand why. To me, writing plays out very much like a movie, all the way down to the nuances of the face and the stressing of a character’s words. … Continue reading Better Dead Than Said
Action. Some individuals are adrenaline junkies, and others do not care for it, but in almost every type of novel, there is at least one scene with action. The word action is very broad and can cover many aspects, but typically, when you think about the word action, you think movies and fight scenes, superheroes … Continue reading Fervid Feats: Writing Action