A brief list of the books I added to my library that I believe are being (or will be) influential to my writing. Each described by what I found or what I believe I will find inside them.
In this post I use Marvel’s character “The Sentry” ad an example of how to write a story where the protagonist is an all powerful character.
The set of my goals for 2017 – writing goals and more. Am I going to complete my first draft? How? More on this in the content.
Four of my favourite tools I use to schedule all my content on social media and to make sure it always reaches my target audience.
“The right thing” is the fourth and final story of this sequence. The story of Mr. Morris and the love for his wife and newborn son.
My review of Dark Souls and its peculiar way of narrating stories. Come to read about what I consider the best implementation of an interactive narrative.
“An ordinary man” is the third story of this special sequence for November 2017. An old professor and his nightmare – will he be able to overcome his fears?
In this article, I describe some of the tools that I found more useful in improving the quality of my craft during my activity as a fictional author.
“That day the devil didn’t lie” is the second of four short stories published during November 2017. Magic, love and death all in about 1000 words.
My review of “One Night, Markovitch” by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen. A book about passion and the tale of a man who just wants to convince his wife to love him.