A life of rebellion, romance, friendship, and misfortune - what can the story of Chloe Price from the video game 'Life is Strange' teach us about writing complex, well-rounded characters in our own works? Read on to find out more!
The pace of modern life is often hectic and unrelenting, leaving us little time to focus on our well-being, much less our writing. Even so, let me assure you: It's okay to be busy.
For the writer who prefers to work alone, what are you to do when someone tells you to find people to walk with in your creative journey? Here are some thoughts...
A wide-lens view of all of the different subjects covered on 'Inklings' over the past year, centralized into one specific location, and organized into their different, overarching categories. Enjoy!
Some stories and characters can support ongoing serialization, expansive, multi-volume series, and a host of spin-offs and sequels. Others cannot. How can we, then, as writers, know when it's best to keep working on the projects we love and when it's time to finally say goodbye in order to avoid the dreaded specter of franchise fatigue?
Do Note: This post will contain spoilers for 'The Last Jedi.' If you haven't seen the movie yet, read on at your own risk.
When Achala left for the fields that morning, she never imagined that the least eventful discovery of her day would be finding an oni washed up along the riverbank.
Guest Post written by Aaron Smothers (sustainedoverflow.wordpress.com)
Thanksgiving should be more than a holiday - it should be a mindset and a lifestyle, in good times and bad, both for the writer and for the public at large.
Have you ever faced a time in your life where your soul yearns for expression, but the ideal outlet just isn't there?