Can you imagine a world without books? Where hands never went to keys, pen never went to paper, quill never went to parchment? If I were to paint a picture of this world, it would be bleak and dark. It might not even exist. Because without books we may still be able to talk, but … Continue reading Writeober Day 13: Books
I've always felt that as a writer, it's so important to read good books. I mean, I love to read anyway, but I really like to find unique authors that offer a different perspective because they, in turn, can give me new ideas about what I'm writing. A new favourite author I discovered years ago … Continue reading Agatha Christie
My collection of short stories, The Drabbles of a Dreamer, is now available for purchase! The Kindle ebook is live as we speak, and the paperback will be available in a day or two! Please note that Amazon has formatted the "sneak peek" of the ebook rather oddly (working on getting it changed as I … Continue reading The Day is Here!
Let’s stop writing half-hearted stories. I recently rewatched the Lord of the Rings trilogy and I’m currently rereading the books as well. It struck me towards the end of Return of the King: Why don’t people tell stories like this anymore? Obviously, Tolkien was a genius and poured his life and soul into Middle Earth. … Continue reading The Stories that Matter
Introducing my very first fiction book, coming June 30th! Well, it's kinda complicated. It's actually a collection of really short stories rather than a book, but...you get what I mean. Several months ago I realised that I had tons of short stories just sitting around in my Documents folder that I had written over the … Continue reading The Drabbles of a Dreamer