With trends rising and falling as they do, I find it important to keep up with them. So important in fact, I’ve turned on my Facebook alerts. My key source for completely true and always accurate news stories. On my plate, or should I say, in my glass today: the announcement of Pumpkin Spice WhiteContinue reading “PSA: White Claw Fall”
“Dear You” is a set of short stories written to a close friend about odd adventures had by Frinser Depew.
To Whom It May Concern, (that’s you Rog) I’d like to take the time to say that working with you has been an utter hell hole. Sure, you gave me the freedom to use my skills for good, but what’s the good in good if I don’t feel good doing it? Are you following along?Continue reading “Concerning My Position”
“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 doingContinue reading “The Art of Loathing.”
Isn’t there a dating app for this?
Finding yourself in a tense situation is easy once you know where you want to be.
Getting an outside opinion is sometimes what it takes to find your hitch. Sometimes it’s just good practice.
Reading out loud can change a multitude of sins.
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.
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,Continue reading “Layer, layer, layer…”