Within the past few months of keeping this blog, I’ve unraveled bits and pieces about my book in progress, bit by bit. I’m primarily keeping it under wraps for the sake of protecting the content until the day comes where it’s available to everyone and anyone who’s interested in reading it. But with the fact that the month of its release is approaching fast now, I figured I should start revealing a little bit more about it. Continue reading “Special Sunday Post: Title INITIALS REVEALED!”
The time is getting closer. The not-quite-designated-yet-still-rather-solidified day is becoming of the not-so, far out horizon. But there’s still much to do. Continue reading “Countdown: T-Minus 3 Months(-ish)”
I think one experience I’ve learned from the readings and writing that I’ve done throughout the past year is that as a writer, you cannot take everything you jot down be purposefully serious. I don’t mean in the matters of tone, but in the matters of meaning. Fiction writers alone cannot be taken as the most serious of humans, especially due to the fact that already, we spend days writing about events that either may have been altered from real life scenarios, or may have never happened- or can’t happen- at all. Continue reading “The Not-So Serious of Beings”
A year has come and gone, as quickly as it may be, and now I am less than a day away from turning 22. My time as being the societal-hyped age of 21 is to end soon.
Whenever another birthday for me comes, I always imagine it as it is whenever the Doctor regenerates in Doctor Who; a new body, a new face, new fashion sense even… it’s as if you’re a completely different person. And yet it’s never that drastic, the change in age. It’s more of a gradual process that may not even last a full 365 days. Continue reading “Last Day of 21”
Several weeks ago, I read quite an interesting young adult novel by Zoe Marriott called Shadows on the Moon. Set in a fairytale version of feudal Japan, it follows a teenage girl named Suzume who, with the power of her shadow weaving, is able to become anyone she wants. In which case, it’s all for a plot to enact revenge on her stepfather for the murders of her father and cousin.
I was up at my university campus in the early hours of this Saturday morning to take a writing skills test. It’s a requirement at my school that all students need to take and pass it (or take two heavy duty English classes) in order to graduate with our respective degrees. Continue reading “Human Lights”
Maybe it’s wisest to make a point of saying that I was born and raised in the suburbs, so I’m accustomed to the semi-small town feel with knowing people who know everyone else and how we’re close without being squashed together in a physical kind of way. And no, I did not grow up behind the protection of a white picket fence. It’s not that kind of suburbia. Continue reading “Influences and Non-Influences of the Suburbs and Establishing a Mentality”
I have been hesitant for the longest time about starting up my own blog. One of the reasons is that within recent years, I’ve developed an extreme tendency to not trust people as much anymore, and it’s a given that the Internet is one of the most vulnerable positions to ever put yourself in (yet we ironically do it all the time anyway). But given the fact that I really need to start putting myself out there as a writer within books and what not that are in the process of completion, blogs and personal website tend to be the go-to methods for that. And besides, maybe it will be good for me. Continue reading “What to Write About On a Writer’s Blog”