Book Review: Pet Sematary by Stephen King

I like reading horror - yet I rarely find it scares me. It's a weird kind of irony, I know. Pet Sematary was never on my radar, but it was suggested to me on Twitter once when I asked what book scared people the most. A lot of people voted for Pet Sematary - and... Continue Reading →

NaNoWriMo – What Is It & Why Should You Do It?

NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and according to the internet it is this: "An annual Internet-based creative writing project that takes place during the month of November. Participants attempt to write a 50,000-word manuscript between November 1 and November 30." Basically, you try to write a novel in a month. It's a challenge,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Metro 2035 by Dmitry Glukhovsky

Metro 2035 is the third book in the series, following Metro 2033 and 2034, and it's the perfect ending to the trilogy.Metro 2033 is a philosophical journey both physically through the Moscow Metro and mentally through Artyom's mind and his experiences in this desolate future world. Metro 2034 is the polar opposite, an action-filled horror... Continue Reading →

People’s Opinions – The Motivation Killer

"You're really spending a lot of time with that writing?" I've wanted to write about this for a while now. It's been on my mind for ages and though it usually never bothers me at all, these little comments keep gnawing at me. So I'm warning you, this might end up being a Rant©, but... Continue Reading →

What I learned From Writing Short Stories – Rethinking My Approach to Fiction

Due to waiting for feedback on a novel, doing revisions and editing on others, and in general trying to hold off on starting too many big new projects (because I need to also publish them at some point), I've written a lot of short stories this year. In fact, in the last 3 months I've... Continue Reading →

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