You know, when I was a kid It was the scariest thing ever. He was a clown, he had weird teeth, he was able to come up from drains, and more than that, he would laugh. Today, I came to share with you my thoughts about humor in horror stories. There’s this question of whether… Continue reading Opinion on the Woes of Writing Scary Stories: All Horror or Some Humor?
Being at a standstill in your writing is a lot like being stuck in traffic. You have a destination that you intend to reach but it seems as if you just can’t get there soon enough due to many, many road blocks. No matter what life’s distractions happens to be I have the tips you… Continue reading Writing Through a Standstill: 5 Ways To Get Back To Productivity
The process of writing a book is so much fun. You’re allowing your imagination to run wild, your fingers can’t help but dance, and your body feels relieved of all of its pent-up creative energy. But, the next daunting portion of your life begins and you find yourself wishing that you never started the novel… Continue reading “Does Editing Ever Stop?” The Motivation a Tired Writer Needs
Ah, what a time to be alive. You know… this day and age when there’s all kind of distractions that can stop you from writing your best? There’s social media, the feeling of having too much time, and even the Summer as all reasons for you to be distracted. So, just how do you be… Continue reading On Being a Consistent Writer
Multidimensional fiction is not what you think it is. It is not the usage of planets and galaxies in order to create a story (although its what many of us prefer.) It’s actually something much more in-depth but practical. Multidimensional fiction is the writing of a novel or story that has intersecting plots and 5D… Continue reading Why Is “Multidimensional” an Essential Element of a Good Story?
How Octavia Butler redefines “science fiction.”