Plot: The Mysterious Step 3

Plot... the most important element to your stories. Your plot moves your characters in a certain direction. They, your characters, may have free will, but without forces acting against them, there is no story. How do you create a plot that your readers will want to invest in? Charts! Lots of CHARTS! Or at least … Continue reading Plot: The Mysterious Step 3

Bamboozled! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Case of the Cottingley Fairies

The Cottingley Fairies, arguably the most well-known sighting of Fairies with photographic evidence, was a hoax. The two women, Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths, who claimed to have seen these winged beings when they were younger, faked the photographs with cutout fairies from books. It's painfully obvious they are not real fairies. Even before I … Continue reading Bamboozled! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Case of the Cottingley Fairies

Why You Should Become Your Character’s Creepy Stalker

Characters... the most important element to your stories. Your characters need to be likeable. They need to be real. They need to be interesting enough so your readers will continue to read your book and, hopefully, your series. So how do you create characters that people want to invest in? Charts! Lots of CHARTS! Or … Continue reading Why You Should Become Your Character’s Creepy Stalker

The Supernatural World of Wolf Messing

Wolf Messing was born in Poland in 1874. When he was younger, he showed promise as becoming a Rabbi, since he was memorizing Jewish scripture since he was 6. His parents really pressed future upon Wolf, which led him to run away and become the greatest psychic there ever was. Wolf Messing was blessed with … Continue reading The Supernatural World of Wolf Messing

The Frequency of Work

Hello everyone! Today I want to share a writer's tip I discovered recently when it comes to writer's block. Often writer's block happens when I put too much pressure on writing something amazing or getting something right in one day. As writers, we all know that the first version is not the best version. Now … Continue reading The Frequency of Work