Writing and Single-tasking

Writing and Single-tasking

One of the ways I have been tackling my new year is with single-tasking. It used to be, if you asked me, I would tell you that I could write while listening to a podcast. I could do administrative work […]

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Journaling

Journaling

When I was little, I had journals coming out the wazoo. Ever since I learned to write my own name, I’ve had a journal to write in. Every trip to the drug store or the dollar store involved me looking […]

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When Words Collide 2015 Recap – Script Writing for Comics and Graphic Novels

When Words Collide 2015 Recap – Script Writing for Comics and Graphic Novels

This week in my When Words Collide 2015 recap, I want to talk about the script writing for comics and graphic novels panel I went to. Panelists were: Daniel Abraham, Rick Overwater, Ryan Ferrier, Patrick Weekes, and GMB Chomichuk. In […]

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When Words Collide 2015 Recap – World-building Presentation from Game Design

When Words Collide 2015 Recap – World-building Presentation from Game Design

Continuing on in my When Words Collide 2015 recap, I’m finally moving into the regular programming portion of the festival. This one is about Susan Forest’s world-building presentation on Crafting Magical Worlds with Extra Credits’ Mario Theory. The reason why […]

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Time Management Improvement

Time Management Improvement

I had a rough March this year. Nothing bad happened, except that my writing was heavily pushed to the wayside. Along with other important things. I overbooked and overextended myself throughout the month. April arrived on a bad note and […]

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Author versus Narrator Voice: Fighting First Person

Author versus Narrator Voice: Fighting First Person

In each of my high school English classes we had to write three main papers over the semester. A personal response, a non-personal response, and then one of our choosing. The personal ones were torture for me. They took me […]

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