I fell into a dream I didn’t want to leave A place where I felt like I could live No sadness existed or even trouble there Even being bad was not so bad Had some friends or maybe family We laughed and played through the night Ran upstairs twirling on the floor Dancers within an … Continue reading Other Side of the Mirror
Character Mapping: A Helpful Template for Fantasy Writers (With a sneak peek of my next novel included)
Photo by Hugo Ceneviva on Pexels.com There are those who write off the cuff or "seat of their pants" (still not a fan of the term pantsers) and those who write with careful planning and consideration behind their every word. A good author uses both of these strategies throughout their writing. I'd like to tell … Continue reading Character Mapping: A Helpful Template for Fantasy Writers (With a sneak peek of my next novel included)
Story Time (And Some Art Updates)
Hello. Is this thing still on? Ah. Just the thing my writing blog needs. A microphone joke. Admittedly, I had taken a personal break from this blog. Well, a lot of my social media for some time. Over the past few months I've been withdrawn and began to doubt the validity of this career path. … Continue reading Story Time (And Some Art Updates)
Stand strong, little warrior And let’s play outside again. Though the skies are ablaze I’ll be here beside you in this field of fire. Fighter, you’re too young to know About the world before But here’s some things we once believed... Cinderella’s problems were solved with shoes. Birthday parties were filled with smiling, singing friends … Continue reading Ember Rain
Daughter of the Moon
I had a dream about this last night. Figured it was worth writing down in the very least. It should also be noted that I know there are some intellectual properties with this title in their songs and stories. However, I am not sharing this story for monetary gain. Only for content purposes. And because … Continue reading Daughter of the Moon
The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King: A Book Review
I was walking around in my local B&N in early December. That’s Barnes and Noble to you non Bibliophiles. It’s cleaner than it sounds, I promise. That’s when I first stumbled upon a King title I had never heard of. It was really quite an accident. I walked past a rack of returns, and only … Continue reading The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King: A Book Review
Forgive the Pun: I’m Booked!
This post isn't really for anyone other than myself, but feel free to read along as I try to manage the chaos that is 9PM on a Wednesday. I make planning fun! Ah yes...I have no idea what any of this means. My current class at SNHU is having us schedule all of our writing … Continue reading Forgive the Pun: I’m Booked!
Well I'm breaking one of my rules. I'm posting a small snippet from the main text. But I'm only doing so because I was able to get some artwork done finally. I found a fantastic artist named Lunaros (check out her work here at https://www.deviantart.com/lunaros). I commissioned her for a drawing and she did not … Continue reading Submerged
I wrote this story not too long ago. I’m still trying to squeeze in a couple of winter-based sub-stories derived from my WIP. Mainly for giveaway/content building purposes. That is to say I don’t really plan on including too many of these in the main story. But you never know. I will definitely include some. … Continue reading The Ribbon
Disney: King of Building Fantasies or King of Brands?
Here's a fun social experiment you can try with budding toddlers: Draw three circles on a piece of paper. You know where I'm going with this. No matter how you try to draw them, for many of us the three circles will end up looking like this. Amazing! All with a sharpie. Now comes the … Continue reading Disney: King of Building Fantasies or King of Brands?