I’m alive! It’s been noted that I don’t post much on here, and that’s for two reasons: I’m not a very ‘public’ person, and I don’t think I have enough useful insights into writing to share consistently. You may agree or disagree with the sentiment as much as you like, but I’ll leave that toContinue reading “A New Direction”
I haven’t posted much recently, but I wanted to write this because I think there’s an aspect to all creativity that’s rarely talked about, and that’s giving yourself room to grow—making mistakes! Recently I’ve seen a lot of people I know take up new hobbies, with most of my friends choosing writing. That excites me.Continue reading “Shelve it for later”
2021 Roundup It’s been one heck of a year! I’ve been quiet recently, both on here and on my social media platforms, and I think it’s about time I gave an update on my work. Books Heritage As some of you will know, The Heritage Saga is my primary work — the first thing IContinue reading “2021 Roundup”
My experience of social media platforms, and how we can each learn from it.
Giving the best feedback you can — within reason!
Mortal Engines – Philip Reeve: my take on this book.
An update on my current work of speculative fcition, Blank.
The Trilogy Trap: What the heck is it and how the absolute flip do I avoid it?
Alright, so let’s address this real quick: Harry Potter does have seven books and no, I do not count Cursed Child, Fantastic Beasts or anything on Pottermore. You probably have questions about that, but I’ll address them in another post. After all, you didn’t click this to hear about the Lunch lady on the HogwartsContinue reading “Harry Potter and why it’s not exactly a seven-part series”
Originally posted on Well-Tempered Proof:
Hi Everyone! Today, I’d like you to picture two scenarios: #1. Ten people stare at their screens and wonder why no one ever tries to help them. Their businesses are stagnating, and they get more bitter and restless every day. They post disparaging remarks about others’ efforts, doing their very…