Excerpt from Addleberg Lang: So. I could explain this story in great depth and make every single last bit of it make sense, but it would ruin a huge plot twist in one of my series. I’m not even going to say which one. I’m not going to say anything about this story at all. … Continue reading Lord and Lady Black; the Tragic Tale of How the Fate of Angus Black was Set
Now, hold up a moment, nobody get offended. Let me fully explain this before you make any judgments. It was about three, maybe even four, years ago that I decided I wanted to have a blog. My friend Mailli Brown had one (Not this one I’m linking to, but one on blogger), I thought it … Continue reading If At First You Don’t Succeed You Probably Didn’t Prepare Well Enough
Yes, yes, I know. It's not Saturday. Well too bad. I own this blog and get to do whatever I want. The reason I'm posting this now, is because it's important.....and I have blog posts written and scheduled for all of June and the beginning of July and I can't wait. I've been working at … Continue reading The Problem With Lupe
When most people hear this phrase, they think about the intangible tools of writing; plot, characterization, tension, etc. But I want to talk about the actual, physical tools of writing. Notebooks These are probably one of the most critical tools you can have. There's something about writing your thoughts in a notebook that's just so … Continue reading The Tools of Writing
The most important element of any story is the Antagonistic Force. This is the force that keeps your protagonist from getting what they want. Below I have a list of the most common types of Antagonistic Forces, though by no means all of them. Man vs Man Man vs SelfMan vs SocietyMan vs TechnologyMan vs … Continue reading Antagonistic Forces; What They Are And How To Do Them
That's right! Free books! (Those two words always excite me.) Yes, I know it's not Saturday, but I have an announcement to make! I recently got a Wattpad account and have the entirety of Lilithantha: A Most Wonderfully Gruesome Tale and Age of War: Book One, Alliance of Wolves up and ready to be read! … Continue reading Guess What? You Can Read Some of My Novels For Free!
I wasn't able to include the image of the painting in Addleberg Lang, but luckily I can do it here. An excerpt from Addleberg Lang: This poem was the spill off of another creative endeavor. I painted a watercolor with golden eyes and flames curling up from them. It was a Phoenix of course. I … Continue reading Council of the Phoenix Queen