I had some ambitious writing goals for September … and actually achieved some of them before life got in the way of writing. Advertisements
I don’t want to turn this blog into a review site where I write a review for every book, TV show or movie I read or watch. But every now and then I will come across one of the above media that hits a mark and resonates with me in a certain way. There are… Read More Review: 13 Reasons Why (2017)
I wonder if you can actually have a hangover from writing. At least that’s how I felt at the beginning of August after Camp NaNoWriMo. I had kick-started my writing again, now it was about time to find the right balance.
In my last post I talked a bit about the character who’s been following me since 2014 and her history. Now it’s time to talk about her rebirth and introduce her in a more proper way.
It’s time to talk about Alyce Green, a character who’s been following me since 2014. Over the years, she went through a transformation that mirrors my reading and writing. She started out as a YA cyberpunk heroine and ended up being a hard-boiled detective in a cyberpunk world. In a certain way, she’s a female… Read More A Hard-boiled Heroine in a Cyberpunk World – Part 1
I mentioned in my first post that I gradually eliminated my whole social media presence. Social media contributed to my depression and left me feeling miserable. But digging deeper into it also revealed some concerns that are undeniably fueled by my love for cyberpunk. And subsequently, the fears related to it.
This July I participated in Camp NaNoWriMo, my first NaNoWriMo experience ever, and added 5,000 words to my current writing project. It sounds like a small amount of words to write in a whole month, but for me it was a tremendous psychological victory.