Voice Work pt 1 – The Beginning

So through M.C.A. Hogarth's Patreon, I'm involved with the Discord channel dedicated to her and her works--which allows me contact not only with her, but an immense group of amazing friends and talents who I adore more than I can ever explain. As I sat this weekend and realized that I'd run out of blog … Continue reading Voice Work pt 1 – The Beginning

Fifty Shades of Love (no seriously)

(BEAR WITH ME ON THE TITLE. I PROMISE IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH WHAT IT'S PARODYING. ...ACTUALLY IT'S THE EXACT OPPOSITE. PLEASE FORGIVE ME) Hah. Remember when I said I was going to get back into this? Yeahhhhhhhh I did really well with that. But hey! I'm trying? Points for effort? I feel like … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Love (no seriously)

Mighty and Powerful Gods

I wasn't going to write this right away, but I figure I may as well do it while some piece of it all is still timely and all. So you've all heard me say a thousand times that I think character development is important. On top of this, I think that having a balanced character … Continue reading Mighty and Powerful Gods

Alternate Storytelling: Video Games

If you follow me on Twitter, you probably saw me retweet this excellent blog post from Chuck Wendig looking at the game Firewatch and how it tells a story, and what we can learn from its methods. I've seen a lot of mixed reviews on Firewatch, and I can see the truth in both sides. … Continue reading Alternate Storytelling: Video Games

Non-Traditional Storytelling

I love stories. Not just books (though I love them as well) but stories told in any fashion. Movies, TV shows, books, video games even. Any way that a story can be told, I'm a big fan--and I know that there's many different ways to tell a story. I'm always on the lookout for new … Continue reading Non-Traditional Storytelling

Age of the Brick-and-Mortar Bookstore

I've made it fairly clear in the past (I believe) that I stand firmly on the fence in regards to paper books (or dead tree books, as my family is wont to call them) versus e-books. I love my Nook and my Kindle, but I also still will go out of my way to buy … Continue reading Age of the Brick-and-Mortar Bookstore