Quick writing tips
A quick interview with Eric Ugland, author of The Good Guys and The Bad Guys series.
LitRPG, short for Literary Role Playing Game, is a literary genre combining the conventions of computer RPGs with science-fiction and fantasy novels. The term is a neologism introduced in 2013. The above is taken from the wikipedia page found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LitRPG Ever further does my teaching experience influence this blog. Maybe I should just lean into the fact that I like writing […]
Finding my real writing style, welcome to Creation. The beginning of my beginning.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with one of my students, as well as one of my fellow amateur writers, about the value of a kindle and it’s associated functionality in goodreads. The kindle(or an e-reader), while not a paper book, is one of the best inventions a writer […]
Walker Rohe was just another anxiety-riddled American until he stumbled into a flea-ridden homeless man on the street. After profuse apologies, the stranger offered Walker something he’d never heard of… a pocket world. Now, thrown into a brightly colored dungeon of mystery, Walker has to figure out how to survive […]
Journal Entry #1: This Journal is the ownership of the great and powerful Walker Rohe. I’m writing this with a hope in my heart, that I can dispel a plague of anxiety that follows me everywhere I go. I had this woman, some psychiatrist, tell me I need to have […]
So I stumbled upon a few websites in the last week or so. Both of these can help potential writers and thus I’m placing it within the category of writing tips and discovery. Fiverr: Fiverr is a website wherein you look through an artists body of work and decide, based […]
The following is my initial chapter 1 of The Boy and the Stick. I’m considering a partial rework for a better flow at the beginning, and making chapter two a bit faster. I’ve found that if I’m not excited to write this portion of the book, this portion of the […]
I’ve seen other websites review systems for differing works, but never quite agreed with how they categorized the given material, nor with how they tore into the author or sang their praises. I prefer to think of myself as decidedly neutral, not quite apathy with a twist of disinterest. I […]