Officially, this is the last blog post on the website for the year. Yay! We somehow made it through 2020, everyone! Of course, there are still two days left, so I shouldn't jinx us. Let's move on... In 2021, obviously more books are on the way. I will talk about 2 of them now. One,… Continue reading What’s To Come?
Merry Christmas, you beautiful, amazing people! Okay. I know it's not actually Christmas. It's only December 22nd--but this will be the last time that we "talk" here before Christmas Day. Thus, this is the official Chase Connor Books Christmas Blog Post. Christmas holds a special place in my heart (even if Halloween is still number… Continue reading A Christmas Blog Post
Almost every book that I've ever read has had a protagonist and an antagonist. Sometimes they are the same person--like a person who creates the tornado that is destroying their life (see: The Catcher in the Rye), but often there is a very clearly defined hero and a very clearly defined villain. Tropes abound in… Continue reading Realistic Villains
Trigger Warning - depression and mental illness will be discussed in the following post. Impostor Syndrome. Maybe you've heard of it? Who am I kidding - if you're a writer in the Writing Community on Twitter, you've heard someone use the phrase at least once. Maybe you've even used it yourself. Impostor Syndrome, also known… Continue reading Who Am I?
It's December. National Novel Writing Month is over. I'm relieved to see it go and sad that it's over. Isn't that always the way during the holidays? So, to recap, I started writing the manuscript/first draft for POSSIBLY, TEXAS on November 1st, with a 50k words goal in mind. On the 19th, I hit that… Continue reading NaNoWriMo Week 4