Why Characters Need To Be Flawed


Writer's life, Writing, Writing tips

If You Got It, Flaw It Perfection does not exist, perhaps that’s why we work so hard to achieve it. It’s only human. It doesn’t mean that we succeed. I know my grammar, yet I still make mistakes. Those pesky errors find ways to slip past my detection system, which is basically just my eyes. […]

March 25, 2018

The Importance Of A Writing Community


Writer's life

Picture a writer and you may envision a person in their PJs with disheveled hair and wild eyes, hunched in front of their laptop. Their only companion is their cup of coffee or tea and don’t you even dare go near that writer, because they will bite your head off now that they’re in a […]

March 21, 2018

What Makes Writing A Hell


Writer's life, Writing

Finishing a novel. Sounds easy, right? Sure. Just as easy as pulling out someone’s teeth when you’re not a dentist. Well, maybe it is easier if you don’t know what you’re doing, but that’s definitely not the case when you’re writing. Your characters will punch you in the face. It’s not just the plot that […]

March 7, 2018

Be Your Own Dragon


Writer's life

They say dragons don’t exist, but words can be deceiving. What one might think of when picturing a dragon, is not what someone else will think of. Some people may see a monster, a miracle, or both. I see perseverance and strength. The other day I heard about someone who had been told that they’d […]

February 23, 2018