Do you ever wonder why your resolutions always falling flat within the first few months? Read and find out how you can create resolutions that will last.
Hey everyone!As most of you know already I am offering my book for free through the Story Cartel website. It has been up there for 14 days already and today begins your last week to get it. You can download it for free by going here: http://www.storycartel.com/books/the-trials-of-the-core Now, the cool thing about Story Cartel is … Continue reading ONE WEEK LEFT!
What. An. Adventure. I couldn’t find a better way to word it. Trust me, if there was, I would have, I’m an author after all Anyways, let me explain what I mean by that. This year I have had some pretty significant developments happen. At the beginning of 2013 I said that I would publish … Continue reading Looking Back on 2013
Hey everyone, It is Christmas time. That means a bunch of things. It means, if you're in college, you are on Winter Break currently and just got done with finals. (Congratulations I hope it went well for you). At any age it means celebrating time off with the family. In Wisconsin and the Midwest it … Continue reading Supporting an Author
Hey everyone, So, more good news. Another review came in this one was from a, Nadia Batista, who lives in Portugal and has read my book. She gave it a ★★★★ 4 Star review on Goodreads. That is awesome on so many different levels. Hopefully it starts picking up some international steam now. That would … Continue reading An International Review
Hey everyone, Alright so this is the saddest thing in the world to announce (at least for me) but I have been promoting my official book launch for December 10th, for forever now it seems. And alas, I do not believe it is going to happen (unless a miracle happens). In truth, I am not … Continue reading A Delayed December Launch
Okay, this is a personal confession, although I am an author I have never competed in NanoWrimo. For those of you who do not know what this is it is New Novel November Month. Pretty much you write an entire novel in one month. I know, as an author, I feel ashamed for admitting the … Continue reading Why I Can Never Compete in NanoWrimo…
So, in the first part of this topic I discussed why teachers shouldn’t really be limiting the writing ability of creative writing students. Here is another topic that I feel needs to get addressed while we are critiquing the English college curriculum. Alright, so it has been argued that many people go to college just … Continue reading What can be Improved Upon in English College Courses (Part 2)
Alright, so I am disappointed to admit this but until the movie gained popularity, I had not read Ender’s Game even though it is considered to be a staple in the science-fiction genre. Needless to say, I bought the book on my Kindle and I read it before seeing the movie. I always find it … Continue reading Ender’s Game: From Book to Movie
So, there are a few things that have been bugging me for a while now. This blog post actually gets a little long so I’m expanding it into multiple parts. Part one talks about writing courses in college, although all of this can probably be applied to high school writing courses as well. Part 2 … Continue reading What can be Improved Upon in English College Courses