Writer’s Quote Wednesday

Writer's Quote Wednesday is a weekly feature where I delve into famous writer's words of wisdom and share how I have interpreted the meaning for my own creative endeavors to maybe help inspire yours!     Very Few writer's really know what they're doing until they have done it. If seeing is believing then for... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Quote Wednesday

Writer's Quote Wednesday is a weekly feature where I delve into famous writer's words of wisdom and share how I have interpreted the meaning for my own creative endeavors to maybe help inspire yours!   In its entirety this Virginia Woolf quote goes: Some people turn to priests; others to poetry; I to my friends.... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Quote Wednesday

Writer's Quote Wednesday is a weekly feature where I delve into famous writer's words of wisdom and share how I have interpreted the meaning for my own creative endeavors!   She wasn't bored, just restless between adventures. That's me in a nutshell when in-between projects or when a project is in transition. A perfect example... Continue Reading →

Throwback Post Pick

A weekly feature where I fling open the vaults of past works - no matter the naivete they reflect - and revel in the making of progress! Perception is an interesting thing. It is unique to the beholder who's eyes will convey one meaning well your own would work to convey another. It is something... Continue Reading →

Throwback Post Pick

A weekly feature where I fling open the vaults of past works - no matter the naivete they reflect - and revel in the making of progress! The beautifully atmospheric art of Jessica Durrant was the inspiration for this weeks throwback piece pick (for more of her art just click here!) And much like the... Continue Reading →

Mirror Mirror: Prologue

The night is dark and thick with rain that pours down as unrelenting as the iron framework that keeps this facility cut off from the civilized world. Arkham Asylum. This particular extension is even more secluded, furrowed away from the main building and holding cell for the criminally insane or at least those lawyered up... Continue Reading →

Required Reading

So a little while ago I was reading some Batman. In particular the graphic novels Hush and The Man Who Laughs. Which sparked an idea, which sparked some musings, which led to discussion that ended up in a story. It was one of those times that I was in between projects and feeling adrift, things... Continue Reading →

Empathy Or Emotional Intelligence When Writing?

  Short answer: both. But now let me get into each one respectively and how they can both be applied to your writing for incredible results and character insights! Empathy: Described as the identification with or understanding of thoughts, feelings, or emotional state of another person (at least according to my word hippo app -... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Quote Wednesday

I feel quite the kinship with this quote of Susan Sontag. I've always been called the watcher by my family, the one who seems to have this eerie ability to "see" and know all. There were times I found it a curse. It can be hard being naturally attentive to detail and the subtleties of... Continue Reading →

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