A year for the history books has finally come to an end, but I’m going to take a little look back to see what I’ve done and what I’ve learned throughout the craziest year of my life.
It’s traditionally a faux pas to harshly review the books of fellow authors in your genre, and I felt like discussing why that might not be a great idea.
A lackluster end to Camp NaNoWriMo, but at least I learned a few things about my mself.
We are about half way through the month now, and I’m realizing as I wade through all of my notes that I am possibly in over my head.
Days 1 to 7 of July Camp are over so let’s take a look at how much (or how little) I managed to do in the first week of Camp NaNoWriMo!
Writing is hard. And despite being an avid consumer of fantasy fiction, crafting a magic system of my own has presented me with some difficulties.
The first line is important, so I’m taking a look at the opening lines for twenty-five of the most popular fantasy novels.
I had this weird idea a while back and I thought it might be a fun way to kill an evening.
While choosing a novel to write has been something of a struggle, I have been working on some short story ideas about the Inquisitor of Darrmun.
I’ve always found character sheets have made writing harder for me than they’ve made it easier.