Both my children have requested that I start dungeons and dragons groups for them and their friends this fall. While I’ve relied on customizing pre-made content for them in the past, I’ve started to use all original stuff for this year. In the process, I’ve founded it to be very beneficial to my writing. Here … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Being a Dungeon Master is Good Practice for Writing a Novel
As I’ve been reading about writing, one piece of advice I hear repeatedly is to find a group to workshop with. I hope to be able to join a group in the near future, but in the meantime, I’ve started participating in the online sci-if/fantasy/horror critique site, critters.org. From what I’ve seen, it’s a great … Continue reading Getting some input.
Growing up, I hated reading. It bored me and even though I was a good student, I detested taking the time to actually read books. In grade seven, I was fortunate enough to have a teacher that loved science fiction. She assigned us Anne McCaffrey's Harper Hall Trilogy. I'd never read stuff books like that … Continue reading The journey begins . . .