When it comes to how I feel about a character in a story I wrote, or how I want a reader to feel about a character in the story, I like things to be vague. Sure, it's obvious in some of my stories who I think is truly a "hero" and who is really a… Continue reading We'll Get There Eventually
One thing that always jumps out at me when I consume any type of narrative art is that there is always something with which I don't agree. Whether it's a character who is *problematic*, a viewpoint expressed that I think is ridiculous, or relationships between characters that seem toxic, it pops up almost every single… Continue reading Do I Believe Me?
It's an occupational hazard for many writers that when they write a book, and they finally are done with it--the first draft, second, third...the edits, the proofreads, the book is released--they find trouble moving onto something else. If they were writing a light-hearted rom-com and then want to write a dark twisted horror tale, they… Continue reading Shake It Off