[Writing tips] Love is such a small word “Love is such a small word… if I told you guys that I loved you… it wouldn’t be enough.” Ange Lowell, … Continue reading [Writing tips] Love is such a small word
Learning about chemistry between characters… from a kids show! Whoever she is beneath that mask, I love that girl. Adrien Agreste, Miraculous Ladybug I grew up watching cartoons and reading … Continue reading Learning about chemistry between characters… from a kids show!
[Inspiration] You’re only given a little spark of madness… You got to be crazy, It’s too late to be sane, too late You got to go full-tilt bozo Cause, you’re … Continue reading [Inspiration] You’re only given a little spark of madness…
The Poem of Wind and Trees: back to the origins of BL Recently I started reading Kaze to Ki no Uta (風と木の詩, “The Poem of Wind and Trees”), a manga … Continue reading The Poem of Wind and Trees: back to the origins of BL
[Writing tips] Formatting: now and then When I published Back in the rain, it never occured to me that I could ask somebody else to format my book for pubblication. … Continue reading [Writing tips] Formatting: now and then
[Inspiration] People are full of contradictions “People are… Full of contradictions. They’re lonely. And then they’re not. They’re missed. And then they’re not.” Kou Yoneda, 漂えど沈まず、されど泣きもせず [Tadayoedo Shizumazu Saredo Naki … Continue reading [Inspiration] People are full of contradictions
“Sometimes you’re the protagonist and someone else is the hero.” A.D. Posey The protagonist is the very first thing I figure out when I think of a new story. How … Continue reading [Characters] Who is your protagonist?
I love Q&As with the author… except this time I’m the author! (This Q&A will be about Back in the rain. I was asked these questions by my first beta … Continue reading [BITR] Q&A with the author
Many people hear voices when there is no-one there. Some are called mad and are shut up in rooms where they stare at the walls all day. Others are called … Continue reading [Inspiration] Writing dialogue
A plot is also a narrative of events, the emphasis falling on causality. “The king died and then the queen died” is a story. “The king died, and then the … Continue reading [My WIP] Oulining Plot & Story
“Now you’re sweet… then you’re cold, sometimes you scream, then you smile… it’s confusing.” “I’m a mess, I know.”
How can you say you’re my weakness, when every time I look at you, I feel invincible?