Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, is it worth the read or not?
Three tips for kicking writer's block to the curve when your imaginary friends refuse to talk to you.
Need to shut that inner editor up? How about keep you focused and off of Facebook? Get some work done with these 4 apps!
As an artist of any medium (words, paint, digital, etc.) you have your highs and your lows. Here are five ways I tackle the lowest low. The "I'm not good enough" feeling.
Most writers feel attached to their protagonists which can make them blind to just how bland or 2D their main character appears to the reader. Heck, even if you are completely unattached to your protagonist it doesn’t mean you’ve got him or her fleshed out. Here are four tips to get you started!
While the classic villains were allowed to get away with the, “because I’m evil excuse,” your antagonist should not. But how does one write a villain that’s not cliché? Why not try out these four tips?
One cannot create a realist con artist without knowing how to speak like one. But a confidence man from 1862 will be more likely to use different terms than a modern day grifter. Here is my quick guide to the lingo of conmen. Confidence man, Conman, Con artist, or Grifter Conman is the short and... Continue Reading →
To write an effective con man you have to know how to make them persuasive. But even if your best puppy dog eyes aren’t persuasive, how are you going to write a persuasive con artist? Never fear! I have some resources to help you sound more persuasive.