Today, I’ll share my thoughts on the Kindle X-ray feature and why I find it useful for both readers and writers.Continue reading
Some characters appear out of nowhere, created by a whim of unpredictable imagination. Elindra is one of those. In this post, I’ll share how she became a part of the story.Continue reading
This time, I’ll share something about what I find one of the hardest aspects of writing: creating character names. My imagination can do much (how much of it I can convert into shareable form is another thing) but when it comes to naming the characters I make up, that’s where I tend to hit a wall way too often.
I admire the writers who can name over a hundred(s) characters in their stories. It might be simpler for stories that can use real names but it’s still a respect-worthy feat. On the other side, I struggled to name my game characters (whether it was Diablo III, World of Warcraft or The Sims series).Continue reading
Continuing with my self-inspiration posts, I’ll share a few cases of the landscape inspiring me.Continue reading
The shortest mont of the year is over and so it’s another time to reflect on what I’ve managed to do when it comes to my writing.Continue reading
I guess anyone had seen this before: a hero goes through all kinds of hell and feels no pain but when it’s over and someone (usually an attractive female that ends up being his love) takes care of his wounds, all that pain comes back to them. Today, I’ll look at this closely.Continue reading