A Creator’s Journey #21–How Much Should A Writer Write Every Day?

I've once again run into the enemy of all writers: employment. Granted, it's only temporary employment, but it's amazing how much less time you have to write when you're contributing to society and feeding your family. But whether you're a full-time writer or a hopeful on Wattpad, if you want to be a serious writer, … Continue reading A Creator’s Journey #21–How Much Should A Writer Write Every Day?

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A Creator’s Journey #19–Who Are You?

I freaking hate the concept of "branding." It sounds so corporate, so money-hungry, so un-artistic. That and I suck at it. That may have jaded me a little. If you're new to the writing world, or art in general, your "brand" is whatever you're selling. As an artist, you're selling what you create, but also … Continue reading A Creator’s Journey #19–Who Are You?

A Creator’s Journey #9–Reuniting With Characters

Consider yourself blessed! I'm about to give you a rare sight: a direct look into a writer's mind as he creates. This week, I picked up an on-again-off-again project, "Locke Hart." At this particular point in the story, the main character, Locke, is troubled by something, and his friend Sam sees it on his face. … Continue reading A Creator’s Journey #9–Reuniting With Characters