College + Writing Life Update

Hello everyone! I've been trying to post more often... I really have. I've been very busy (as is the usual excuse), so I haven't really gotten a good opportunity. I thought I'd hop on WordPress and give you all a quick update about my current writing endeavor, and a few other things that are going…

NaNoWriMo 2019 Book Sneak Peek!

Hello everyone! I probably should have done this post on the 1st, but I've been experiencing really bad writers block lately and I didn't really have anything to share. If you don't know what NaNoWriMo is, you can go check out the details on their website. If you do, read ahead! As some of you know,…

Powerful Language

I haven't done many posts on the art of writing itself recently, so I decided to post about something I genuinely love about writing: Portraying emotions through fantasy characters, and in doing so connect to the reader so they can live the emotions through said characters. It's magical, isn't it? Being able to put words…

Writing Tips Livestream!

Hey everyone, I'm super excited (if you couldn't tell by the exclamation points) to announce that my cousin and I (HG Warrender, author of The King's Decree and a number of short stories) will be hosting a livestream intended for writers. We will be answering questions, and covering a few writing topics that we've chosen.…

What Kind Of Character Are You?

I started a blog just for roleplaying as our characters. Come check it out- it’s hosted by Flair!

Character Corner

Here’s a little quiz I made for all of us characters. People think authors do all the work, but we do all the work and they get all the credit! Why do they get their names on the front of the book, but not the very beings that hold up the walls of the story?

Sorry, sorry. I tend to rant.

So anyway, take this quiz to find out what kind of character you are. In other words, how you move the plot along and effect the story. Enjoy!

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Close The Door

Have you ever wanted to write, but every time you sat down you somehow found an excuse to do something else? It's like mentally you thirst to spill your writer blood onto a blank paper, a vast stretch of white space without limitations except for those which you yourself create. You want to let the…