Tops posts for the week

It’s interesting to look and see the top posts for this past week. I’ve had a lot of people exploring my World-building posts, which is good. The template I created has also gotten a lot of interest, and I’m hoping I’ll get feedback on it soon so I can find ways to improve it. It’s… Continue reading Tops posts for the week

Reflection

I suspect that I have lost readers with my stance in my previous blog post. I cannot stand silent when there are people being harassed, abused, threatened, and/or oppressed in any manner. I will take a stand against it, and I will do my best to provide evidence that showcases what happened and why I… Continue reading Reflection

Let Us Go Write! – Choosing a genre

As much as we’d probably not like to admit it, our works will get categorized into genres. Often times people will seek out books of certain genres because that’s what they like. People expect certain experiences from the genres they like, and they choose that genre because it promises to provide their expected experience. When… Continue reading Let Us Go Write! – Choosing a genre

Banned Books Week: Reflections

Inspired by the Banned Books Blog Party hosted by Hannah Givens. Reflections It would probably take me quite some time to go over every book that heavily influenced me over the years, especially those that appear on numerous banned book lists. Instead, I’ll finish off this week with a reflection. The most common theme for… Continue reading Banned Books Week: Reflections

Banned Books Week: Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson

Inspired by the Banned Books Blog Party hosted by Hannah Givens over at Things Matter. Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson I don’t remember exactly when I picked up this book. I’d put it anywhere between senior year of high school and second year of college. I was reading a lot of young adult novels back… Continue reading Banned Books Week: Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson

Let us go Write! — Horror Edition

I write speculative fiction, where most of my focus is on science fiction with a dabble of horror. However, my roots were in fantasy, partly because when I first started writing in middle school I simply did not have the scientific foundation to write science fiction well, but that didn’t stop me. I tossed aliens… Continue reading Let us go Write! — Horror Edition

Traveling the Internets Again

I may make this a regular post. I read a lot, and sharing what I read may be helpful to some. So without further ado, here is what I’ve read this past week: Writing How to Structure a Premise for Stronger Stories <— Great article to help you strengthen your stories. The Different Levels of… Continue reading Traveling the Internets Again