What I’ve Been Reading || The Non-Fiction Edition

It’s often a good idea to, every once in a while, take a step back from the writing – be it blogging or working on your manuscript – and read. I could throw in a few of those overused, oh-so-cliche quotes about reading and how it affects one’s writing, but I shall refrain. Last yearContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading || The Non-Fiction Edition”

The Character Arcs in Star Trek Voyager

Why is there all this focus on Star Trek on my website? The answer is simple – it’s my absolute favorite franchise. Every time it’s on, it’s like I’ve come home to a friend, or rediscovered a favorite comfort food from ages past. Not only that, but if you can look past the sometimes-hokey storyContinue reading “The Character Arcs in Star Trek Voyager”

A Three Blog Roundup | Part One

In 1991 I was six years old and the Internet was just a baby. In 1991 blog, SEOs, tags and website providers didn’t exist. The world in 2020 has never felt smaller, and that’s an amazing thing. That’s what I like about these kinds of posts, because they bring attention to others in the publishingContinue reading “A Three Blog Roundup | Part One”

My Multiple MC Problem

Even though I’ve done a lot of writing since childhood, this is the first time I’ve attempted something as big as Project Firedamp. Not only are there a lot of moving parts, historical facts to keep straight, and cultural differences to look out for, things are in their early stages and I’ve got time toContinue reading “My Multiple MC Problem”

Top Ten Posts of 2019

There’s three more months left in 2019, but with my site’s recent anniversary of being live, I thought this was the perfect opportunity to highlight some of its most popular posts from 2019. Let’s rewind and take a look in the vault and resurrect ten of them! AN INTERVIEW WITH JENI CHAPPELLERead Count: 100Post Type:Continue reading “Top Ten Posts of 2019”

18 Links Any Writer Can Use

To be borderline cliche with this post’s opening statement, the Internet can be a vast, confusing place. With so many voices giving advice both good and bad, how do you even begin to choose what’s right for you? So, then, how can you trust anything I have to say? I didn’t mean to go allContinue reading “18 Links Any Writer Can Use”

3 Pros for Outlining

There are many things within the authoring world that confuse me, but there’s even more that just makes sense. What might be a necessity for one writer might not even be on the radar for another and vice versa. I didn’t even know about outlining until a year into my research process. I don’t rememberContinue reading “3 Pros for Outlining”