While I’ve posted before about the benefits of visual character design upon writing–even quick sketches and color palettes can help
I recently heard back from the Writers of the Future contest, and, alas, I did not place. Looking at my
Ann Leckie might look docile, but her ideas are anything but. She made this abundantly clear yesterday during a Q&A
Over the past two months, I conceptualized, planned, researched, and wrote a dime novel. It’s about 40,000 words, or at
I am by nature a descriptive writer. I like to think about conversations between characters, world building exercises, moments of
I am writing this post in response to an excellent question from my Uncle Raul. He wondered… “When an author
Round about 1998 or so, my brothers and I started playing Chrono Trigger. If you haven’t played this RPG, I
When I was in high school, I loathed chemistry. This had nothing to do with the instructor. In fact, Mrs.
(Ha HAH…multiple entendre…) So, I wanted to wait to post again until I had the official results from my exams.
This is a great question. Academically, I wish land related to my work more than it does. In another life,