Writer Wednesday: When I Quit. 

For about a year, I gave up on writing. It was right after reading Brandon Sanderson’s absolutely incredible “The Way of Kings” (Book One of the Stormlight Archive). I finished the book excited to write my own masterpiece. I flipped open my laptop, opened up my favorite word processor, and spent hours writing sentences and … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: When I Quit. 

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FFS Friday: Your Protest is Empty

Prophetic voices amplified by megaphones bounced off of high-rise buildings. Following their lead, chants erupted from a mass of disillusioned teachers, bankers, veterans, and students. Hell no, we won’t go! Banks got bailed out, we got sold out! All day! All week! Occupy Wall Street! From 17 September 2011 to 15 November 2011, between 100 and … Continue reading FFS Friday: Your Protest is Empty

Writer Wednesday: Fighting Self-Doubt

Ooooh! Y’all know I love Wednesdays. Check out the new Writer Wednesday on YouTube. Be sure to comment and subscribe as well so you can get notifications as soon as possible. We all have doubts, and sometimes those doubts can cripple the creative process. Don't worry. There's an ancient tool you can use to stop that from … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Fighting Self-Doubt

No Name for a Sword, Ch 8

No Name for a Sword Chapter Eight Ronin Writing 19 February 2018 “No Name for a Sword” is an Asian-inspired epic fantasy told through haiku and posted in weekly installments. Follow the journey of the swordsman Noh as he wanders a country filled with beauty, tradition, and war on a quest to find out his true … Continue reading No Name for a Sword, Ch 8

No Name for a Sword, Ch 7

No Name for a Sword Chapter Seven Ronin Writing 12 February 2018 “No Name for a Sword” is an Asian-inspired epic fantasy told through haiku and posted in weekly installments. Follow the journey of the swordsman Noh as he wanders a country filled with beauty, tradition, and war on a quest to find out his true … Continue reading No Name for a Sword, Ch 7