Book covers are the first thing any potential reader sees. A book shouldn’t be judged by it’s cover, but first impressions are really important. I’m writing this to explore my … Continue reading What Should My Novel’s Cover Look Like?
Reading will always go hand in hand with writing. Current reads are the tools we use to find what works for readers. Sometimes it’s easy to forget during the solidarity … Continue reading The Books We Read Make a World of Difference
I liked Birdman in general. The casting added something that felt real to me, Michael Keaton (Riggan). I remember him well from that 90’s Batman franchise directed by Tim Burton, … Continue reading The Schizophrenic or (The Pessimistic Voice that Says No.)
There is no such thing as a born introvert. I may not be able to point out a specific research article or anything to back me up. But I do … Continue reading Introversion Introspective
A dream, this time with two possible interpretations or even more. Smooth, rolls of the tongue, and a little new. Enjoy. I am at the beach — everything dark, except … Continue reading The Confluence of Light and Dark/Water and Sand/Life and Death
(For those of you that haven’t heard: Ella Dawson is internet famous for various reason. Being an optimistic person, fighting for a better future, her writing, and blog make … Continue reading Ella Dawson, A Letter from a Fan
Character development is a big part of any story. Each character should be well understood by the reader and distinguishable from other characters. Establishing a strong character starts with a … Continue reading The 25% Solution: Characterization