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Writer’s Tool: The Character Sheet

Hey protagonists! For a while, I’ve been brainstorming an idea for a simple little tool that I could use in my writing to help keep me organized. One of the things I have the hardest time keeping track of is keeping track of all of my different characters: Their appearance, their history, relationships, and flaws. […]

Strengths and Weaknesses: What Really Makes a Character Strong?

Strengths and Weaknesses: What Really Makes a Character Strong?

  So often do we hear talk of strong female characters, how there are so few, and why so few people can write them effectively. This is definitely a major problem, not just with women but with men, in that characters that are supposed to be viewed as strong willed simply aren’t, and that’s because […]

Spring-Heeled Jack: Chapter 6

It was a pretty radical thought Atticus had: The Nelsons hiring someone to murder their son and pin it up as a suicide. It seemed crazy and horribly inhumane, but Atticus couldn’t shake the feeling. Mike’s parents were going through some tough times and maybe some tragic publicity was all the needed to get themselves […]

Spring-Heeled Jack: Chapter 5

The Turtle Dragon was one of Las Vegas’ most popular casinos and that’s because it was one of the few places that allowed students and minors to come in and relax. It doubled as a soda shoppe and because it was so close to so many schools, it was easy for students to stop by […]

Spring-Heeled Jack Countdown: 10 Days!

Hey everybody! So ten days from now, I’m proud to say that Spring-Heeled Jack will be released! Many, many hours went into it, as one would imagine, and even if it flops, I can proudly say that I put more work into this one book than I have into anything else in my entire life. […]