Monthly Archives: October 2014

Flash Fiction: Do Not Read

It’s been a little while since I put a short story on this site, so here’s a little something I’ve done to stretch my legs (yes, writing legs, shut up!) and provide a little bit of horror for the season. This … Continue reading

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We’re almost at NaNoWriMo, so I don’t know how useful this advice will be, but it might help people as they go. Characters are awesome, it would be pretty difficult to make a story without them. I’m sure it’s not … Continue reading

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In National Novel Writing Month there’s one challenge; writing 50,000 words in one month. The thing is, there are so many different ways to get that done and so many ways to prepare for it. I’m going to go through … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2014

National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo, is a challenge for writers to write fifty thousand words in one month. Breaking that down we’re talking about 1,667 words a day, roughly. It’s an amount which seems daunting at first, but with … Continue reading

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Tomodachi Life Review

I was wowed and weirded out by the Nintendo Direct advert for Tomodachi Life. On D+Pad Magazine I’ve posted my review of my experiences with the game itself. I warn you, I made the X-Men for my little fictional island … Continue reading

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