I opened an Etsy shop today.
For my first ever listing, I’m selling the above print. It is an illustration of cats, coffee, a struggling artist punched in the face by a floppy egg, and more cats. Continue reading
I’ve been writing furiously the past couple of months.
Draft One of the Nash Moor story was 80,000 words.
Draft Two was 50,000 words.
Draft Three was 32,000 words.
And now I’m starting Draft Four.
I’m noticing a pattern here, and surprisingly, I ain’t worried. Continue reading
SORROWBACON is being happy being sad.
SORROWBACON is blood on your welcome mat.
SORROWBACON is sleeping more than you should.
SORROWBACON is your steak overcooked. Continue reading
My definition of an emotionally complex character might be different from yours.
My version of emotionally complex is the trigger-happy maverick with everything to lose. Think Darth Vader, Eric Cartman, or Mello from Death Note. These are antihero knuckle-biters and inferiority complex demonizers, and they take the plot to new heights with their impulsivity and broken moral compasses.
But how do you write an emotionally complex character? Continue reading