When I first requested Video Game Storytelling by Evan Skolnick, I expected to read something unique to video game writing. But really, this is a great craft book for modern day storytelling. It starts out slow, covering the three act structure with a beginning which defines the character, a middle which commits the hero to theContinue reading “Video Game Storytelling ★★★★☆”
I know that I shamelessly plug my work on this site all the time but now you can too! RRW is opening its doors to new writers! Do you like to write picture books, middle grade, or young adult? Do you love to read and get free books? Enjoy blogging? Social Media? Working with others? ThenContinue reading “Write with Round Robin Writes!”
For the most part, South Jersey has a lot of 24 hour food. Diners and Wawa (a convenience store) mostly. I don’t usually have to worry if a place will be closed when I get out of class because most places are open, at the very least, until midnight if not 24/7.
EXCEPT TODAY APPARENTLY!
Go outside and walk around your neighborhood or campus. Don’t take a notebook with you. Spend about 30 minutes outside just walking around and observing people, places, and things. When you return, write down your experience.
How do your secondary characters feel about their parents?
Imagine a world where magic and technology are intertwined. What things are created? What things are changed? What tools are most important?
Pick three of your favorite literary characters. Pick the most ideal fictional place for a party. Your favorite characters have all gotten together to celebrate the New Year. How does it play out? What did they talk about?
It’s been a pretty big year for me. I’m in a loving, committed relationship, I graduated college, my dog died, we have two furry additions to the family, I was accepted to grad school… I graduated with my BA this summer and I am seriously just amazed at myself. Growing up, I wasn’t what anyoneContinue reading “The Year in Recap”
Merry Christmas! Thank you so much for following my blog and helping me to build my Writer’s Platform. I never thought, not in a million years, that I would have 300+ followers on anything, so this really means a lot to me… This has been an incredible year and I can’t believe how much I have written and posted on this website. Not to mention how much I’ve learned. Just having this site is forcing me to keep up with my writing, designing, photography, and even… *shudder* my coding…
In lieu of having answered the most common questions about writing, I’ve decided to replace the weekly Tuesday posts with writing prompts. If you are curious about my writing process or have any other questions about writing, specific or general, feel free to contact me using the form on the about page and I’ll beContinue reading “Writing Prompts to Replace Writing Tips”