Tag: writing

Serenity

Take my love, Take my land, Take me where I cannot stand. I don’t care, I’m still free, You can’t take the sky from me. -Firely I really want to do a fan fiction based on these lyrics, so we’ll see what happens. I… Continue Reading “Serenity”

Why I’ve Admired GTA

Grand Theft Auto V has been out for around three weeks now. I’ve beat the campaign, I’ve become a rich playboy in the online, and it reminded me once more about why I loved the series of GTA. I did not really love the… Continue Reading “Why I’ve Admired GTA”

Victory and Underwear

I sat in front of my computer, looking through photos, writing about my experience, and listening to pump up music. I wrote with abandon, reliving moments of glory, when I crossed the finish line, writing all while wearing my orange headband. Words flew from… Continue Reading “Victory and Underwear”

Lessons Learned from Romance Novels

I’m 30 pages into a romance novel. I get that’s not a lot. By the time I was that far into Game of Thrones, I was terrified of the things Viserys was doing to his sister and had to put the book down for many… Continue Reading “Lessons Learned from Romance Novels”

Need Help Doing Research

It’s pretty straight forward. I’m looking into Indian mythology. I’ve read a few things, including the Ramayana and something else. About some war and Krishna. I don’t have my books here and can’t remember the name for the life of me. Does anyone know some… Continue Reading “Need Help Doing Research”

Prime Writing Time

I was once told that writers have a moment of time where they write the best. When I heard this, during my college years, I decided to find my best time to write. Now, as with any good writer, this fluctuates. I can write… Continue Reading “Prime Writing Time”

Challenge Your Writing

I want to start by saying I always have something to write. Sometimes I have too many things to write. Every once and a while, I just want someone from the audience to tell me what to write, whether they give a starting point… Continue Reading “Challenge Your Writing”

Missing Gilgamesh

What is this? A writing that isn’t sappy and teenager in its emotional immaturity? Alas, I have found something to write about aside from my emotional stunting. But don’t worry, I’m sure I’ll be back at it by tomorrow. I saw a friend asking… Continue Reading “Missing Gilgamesh”

Coming to Expect the Exceptions

When taking a novel class, we spoke about how a novel is ultimately a number of improbable events occurring at the same time, in a string, as to make an interesting story. This just doesn’t happen in real life. We have short periods of… Continue Reading “Coming to Expect the Exceptions”

Writing Fantasy: Starting Point

After reading over some books that are to help one write fantasy, I started realizing I don’t really need them. A writing degree, experience as an English teacher, a lot of research, and an incredible passion has led me to know quite a bit… Continue Reading “Writing Fantasy: Starting Point”