I recently went to Japan. Here are some of the things I learned, noticed, and recommend as a tourist!
Every writer has been a young writer at some point, although I suppose there are some who didn't find writing until later in life (the exception). It would be very hypocritical of me to say that the following tips are life-altering, book-deal providing sanctions from the heavens, cause they are not. I do not have … Continue reading Tips for Young Writers
I want to preface this post by saying that these are tips/advice that I wish someone would have given me as a young writer (or as someone just starting out writing). Because these come from my own personal experience, some of the tips may seem random or odd, but I thought I would include them anyway. I … Continue reading Tips For New/Young Writers
Howdy all 🙂 Near the beginning of my blogging days I wrote a post called How to Predict the End of the World, in which I discussed the writer's formula for thrillers and how you can predict who the killer is before the book/movie/television show ends. This is kind of like that, except instead of … Continue reading Korean Dramas Unmasked: The Truth Behind the Plot Twists