I Don’t Want to Be Me Remedy!

So I had a quarter life crises. I didn’t want to be who I was. If you want to wake up and be someone new tomorrow well… I can tell you what I did. 1. Start by making a list of people you want to be like I wrote down my favorite characters from TV, anime, games, moviesContinue reading “I Don’t Want to Be Me Remedy!”

The ‘Pump Me Up’ Playlist and Why You Need One.

There are some days when the work is overwhelming. So I created a playlist of some of my favorite videos to watch to get my energy up. I dubbed it the “Pump Me Up” playlist because I can always find something on it to get my energy up so I can get work done. I suggest you makeContinue reading “The ‘Pump Me Up’ Playlist and Why You Need One.”

Living with Dyslexia– What still trips me up after 20 years

If you came here from my other Writing Characters with Dyslexia blogs, welcome. This one might be slightly more personal but should still help you get a better understanding of how to write your characters. Dyslexia, as I have said, is different for everyone, but here is what I still have trouble with after yearsContinue reading “Living with Dyslexia– What still trips me up after 20 years”

How To Develop Infinite Novel Plots (With Your Own Personal Theme)

I’m always surprised by how many people have problems coming up with ideas for their books. I’ve never been the type to not have six or seven projects going at once. But there is one thing that I think is unaccounted for when people browse story starting sentences or images. This is something that I haveContinue reading “How To Develop Infinite Novel Plots (With Your Own Personal Theme)”

A Note on How to Write Gay Fiction

I have found that people are most interested in the things they know the least about. One of my most popular posts is ‘How to write characters with dyslexia’ in which I try to help people better understand what dyslexia effects in my life. It was not until just a moment ago that I realized IContinue reading “A Note on How to Write Gay Fiction”

Interview With Self-Published Author Annie Louise Twitchell

Annie Louise Twitchell used to be like the rest of us, an aspiring writer. But she was braver than the rest of us and took on the challenge of self-publishing. Her book Spinner of Secrets has been described as an “amazing retelling” and “an enchanting fairy tale retelling written with a lyrical hand.” She has been running herContinue reading “Interview With Self-Published Author Annie Louise Twitchell”