Tag Archive | Creative Writing

An Update a Long Time Coming

An Update a Long Time Coming

Two years and three months. It’s been quite some time since I last posted and to be honest, I wasn’t sure if I ever would again. These past few years had been real hard on me for more than one reason, and I didn’t know how seriously I wanted to take my writing. I didn’t […]

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 […]

Last Chance!

So today, everyone, is the final day you can get your hands on a free copy of Spring-Heeled Jack! I’d take this opportunity while you can because after today it’s going to be a whopping $.99! I know, it’ll break your wallet for sure, but these are things that must be done. Now again, you […]

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 […]