Shakespeare famously wrote ‘to thine own self be true’ in Hamlet. This saying has been ripped from its original context and misapplied for centuries since. Let me add to that mess with regards to the concept of ‘originality’.
Today, some tips for writing, after all those rants about TV shows and politics recently.
I’ve been doing a lot with characterization this past period, so let me share some of what I learned. Here are five tips for creating better characters.
In space, no one can hear you scream. That’s good, because I wanted to scream after watching the first season of Star Trek: Discovery. Of course, saying I don’t like something is one thing, supporting that with arguments takes a bit more work.
I recently worked my way through Perdido Street Station by China Mieville. This is definitely one of the stranger books I’ve read of late.