After the long anticipated wait, the final season of Game of Thrones is here and I couldn't be more excited. To find out who will rule the Seven Kingdoms, how Cersei will (hopefully) die, and how the loose ends are tied up has me on edge. I started reading the first book two years ago … Continue reading GoT: the Final Season
There are a lot of writing communities out there, or shall I say, communities that place themselves under the banner of writing. I've found there are a few that are actually dedicated to writing and the craft but so many are filled with people who talk about wanting to write but never actually do much … Continue reading Writing Communities
I've recently finished To Kill a Mockingbird and I must say, it's easily become one of my top 5. For whatever reason, this book was not part of my high school or college curriculum and I'm thankful it wasn't because I think being forced to read it in school would've ruined my love of turning … Continue reading My Take on a Classic
The age old debate on whether formal education is worthwhile for creative writers. There are mainly two schools (pun intended) of thought on this subject. There's the Hank Moody opinion which is you can't be taught how to write, you either have it or you don't, and those that do have it need to glue … Continue reading Pathway to Becoming a Writer: Experience or Graduate School?
The series that come to mind when one thinks of classic book series are the Lord of the Rings and others. Today, we see tons of book series that cover numerous genres like the Bosch crime novels, the Hunger Games and Divergent dystopian series, and of course, Game of Thrones fantasy series. For authors, creating … Continue reading Book Series