Contradictions & Cat Pendants

“Life is a contradiction you know that?” Merik asks, staring into the void darkness. Pierce waits for the answer silently. “When you find the one you love, you end up losing yourself. And when you lose them, you find yourself again,” he leans forward on his knees, “The way to tell if the love was…

The Art of Loathing.

“Something odd struck my mind as I applied my lip gloss the other day,” she confesses, “What if everything I believe is a lie? I encourage you to never go down a path that leads you to question your very existence. Unless, that is, you have an unquenchable need for self-loathing.” “I find myself doing…

A Tense Situation

Finding yourself in a tense situation is easy once you know where you want to be.

Proof Your Writing

Getting an outside opinion is sometimes what it takes to find your hitch. Sometimes it’s just good practice.

Difference In Style

It’s easy to get caught up in the romance of putting phrases together. But when it comes to writing storylines, it’s always best to keep things simple.

Layer, layer, layer…

My last post was about getting started on your book writing process. To summarize: simply start (or “Just Do It” depending on your motivation preference.) Writing a book is all about layering (Ogre’s have layers, onions have layers!) A good storyline is one that has depth, and depth is created in the layering process. Unfortunately,…

You want to write a book…

now what? I tried for about five years to get my book into being, and while it’s not yet published, it is going through the third editing stage. An unpublished book is still a book. The inside of your head probably looks a little something like this: character, storyline, thought provoking idea….how do I get…