Real Talks, Ep. 3: Love Interests

Hello, folksies! I hope you're having a nice week so far 🙂 Because I'm about to ruin it! It's been a while since my last Real Talk... I really do seem to be neglecting this "series," or whatever it is. But today I'm gonna make up for that. You see, I've been thinking about YA … Continue reading Real Talks, Ep. 3: Love Interests

3 Unusual (and Fun!) Writing Tips

Hi folksies! Hope y'all have had a good week so far because I'm about to make it even better 🙂 Just kidding. I have no idea if this post will make your week better or worse. But let's hope it's for the better. Today we're going to talk about story development... except with a unique … Continue reading 3 Unusual (and Fun!) Writing Tips

Learn the Science but Master the Art: the Beauty of Symbolism

When people talk about tips for writing memorable stories, they'll usually concentrate everything down to three essential aspects: Character, Plot, and Theme. Aka the Holy Trinity of Writing. Inseparable from one another, immutable by law of the craft, I could go on. And it's true. Out of everything you wanna get wrong with writing a … Continue reading Learn the Science but Master the Art: the Beauty of Symbolism

3 Tips for Writing Large Casts: Guest Post by Angela Watts (The Mercenary’s Deception Blog Tour)

Hey, hey, hey, folksies! Long time no see! Today I'm participating in yet another blog tour! This time it's for the next installment in Angela Watts's epic Infidel Books series: The Mercenary's Deception. A.k.a. the one I went through with the most pain while beta-reading. But hey, I'm sure the pain will just continue racking … Continue reading 3 Tips for Writing Large Casts: Guest Post by Angela Watts (The Mercenary’s Deception Blog Tour)

The Fandom Tag

What ho, folksies! It's been a few weeks! I completely forgot that blogging was a thing! Oops! But today I'm back with another tag--this time because it's about fandoms, and talking about fandoms comes very easily to me 😉 I sorta-kinda stole this tag from Jenna Terese, but to be fair she tagged everyone, so … Continue reading The Fandom Tag