I once heard a writer say that he never gets writer’s block; he claims he always has ideas. Maybe I am misinterpreting what this author was saying, but I can’t help but disagree with what I think his meaning was. Aside from sounding highly pretentious, he didn’t seem to totally understand what exactly writer’s block is—at least by my definition of writer’s block (which may or may not be accurate).Continue reading “This Thing We Call Writer’s Block”
As a reader, I have come across a fair few books and other written materials that I have found helpful or “good” in some capacity or another. Here is the compiled list. I will also put this into a separate page titled “The Shelf” and will be adding to this list over time.Continue reading “The Shelf”
How a book begins is crucial. The first few pages determine whether a reader will continue reading or move on to a new book. After reading lots, I have discovered certain things that repel me from a book and certain things that attract me to a book.Continue reading “Book Beginnings”
And so here I am. One writer. One reader. One story receiver. One storyteller.
And here it begins.Continue reading “So it begins…”