Monthly Archives: March 2015

Too Many Story Ideas? 5 Ways to Solve It

Writer’s Block is famous (or infamous). Everyone has heard of it and it’s probably the most common problem that plagues writers (other than simply not having the drive/concentration to finish a story). But what about the other issue? What about … Continue reading

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On Writing: Authenticity & Voice

Hello everyone! I’m doing my second “On Writing” post where I post a quote on reading/writing and discuss how the quote can make you (and me!) a better writer. Today’s quote is from the reclusive genius, J. D. Salinger. Say … Continue reading

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Top 5 Ways People Differentiate Fantasy and Science Fiction

This is about to get confusing. There’s a HUGE difference between science fiction and fantasy. But I don’t know what it is. And neither does anyone else. Well, that’s not totally true. I have a personal idea of what’s “science-fiction” … Continue reading

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