Monthly Archives: June 2012

The War Within

I’m a ham. Not literally–though my gut speaks to the contrary–but in the sense that I love attention. I’m a theatre kid who loves telling stories and acting and generally entertaining people. It’s a big passion of mine. And it’s why … Continue reading

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The End is Nigh

The final chapters of my novel are coming on fast. And I’m starting to feel a bit lost in my own story. Which is a strange place to be in when I’ve outlined the story. But so much has changed as … Continue reading

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You are the chosen one

Being the chosen one. It’s one of the oldest tropes in storytelling. And I’m growing sick of it. I feel that it’s an easy way out to get your character into the thick of it. “Oh, I need to propel … Continue reading

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Don’t jump the gun

One of my favorite sites is Reddit. For those not familiar, it is a news aggregate that is user supported. People find cool links to news articles or other blogs and submit them. One aspect of Reddit is being able to submit a … Continue reading

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Prologues and why I hate them.

My friend Matthew Quinn got on my case about having not updated in nearly three weeks. I didn’t feel I had much to say lately, so I didn’t feel like padding things out just for the sake of it. Luckily, a … Continue reading

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