So I took a little break...


But I am back now!I have been working hard at another story for the third edition of Continuum. I don’t want to say too much, but I think it’s going to be amazing. Potential for being one of my best pieces yet.

I’m still waiting to hear back from Writers of the Future, but the deadlines is passed…

Hey, check this out! I’ve got a story in the book as well. (Although I didn’t make it into Writer’s last quarter. Curses.)

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"Dealing with a trained operative is like playing chess with a master. Dealing with criminals, on the other hand, is like playing checkers with a three year-old: they like to change the rules."

- Michael Westen, Burn Notice 207: Rough Seas (via howtofightwrite)
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For anyone doing some hardcore world-building.

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  • Question: Are dragons a fantasy cliche, if you use them in a noncliche way? I think they're a fantasy icon more than anything, but my friend is begging to differ. - Anonymous
  • Answer:


    Dragons are one of those cliches that a lot of people still love, but it can’t just be a dragon. It has to do more than exist and breathe fire to be interesting.

    Some cliches about dragons are:

    • Super wise, intelligent, sentient beings
    • Hundreds or thousands of years old
    • Only one species exists but this is more of a pet peeve/an observation rather than a cliche but I guess it could be an unintentional cliche
    • Almost always Western-style dragons
    • The hero gets to ride a dragon which may or may not have been tamed by said hero

    Why Stories About Dragons Suck - read before you judge the title

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Something a little more personal.

Since my move to California, there had been a lot of self-doubt about my level of talent and whether or not I should have made the choices I’ve made leading up to this point. As I’ve said in this, even when it seems as though everything’s not going well, life has a way of turning things around when you work hard enough to make that happen.

Even though what I’m saying is pretty much general knowledge, I made this more for myself than anyone else…but it’s something I hope someone could look at now and later. To remind themselves of their potential, whether they believe they have it or not. I myself still have a ways to go, but I continue creating art and remaining more hopeful than ever.

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"The world is not in your maps and books. It’s out there.”

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That’s why I read so much, Jon Snow.

Dang, Tyrion. When you’re right, you’re right.

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Relevant to tumblr.

Relevant to existence.

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It’s happened to all if us

john green should use this as an advertisement for his books

Good books tend to get strong reactions out of me, which often leads to people asking me if I am okay or hiding because they think I am insane.

My goal for my next story is to make people do this >:)

Seconded. Bwa ha ha.

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This is SUCH an accurate description of marketing as an indie writer

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Effects of Some Poisons After and Before Death.


Effects of Some Poisons After and Before Death.

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