Adam Johnson lives in a world where everything is perfect. Technology is advancing at a swift, steady pace, he lives in the lap of luxury, and he is about to graduate at the top of his class with the highest statistic score ever seen. Everything he could possibly want is at his fingertips. But when… Continue reading Disconnect
For most people, the word "research" is a swear word. Those who have written research papers (or any kind of academic paper for that matter) know how painful research can be. But I am here to tell you that as my title states, research can be fun! One of the things I have been really… Continue reading Research Can Be Fun!
Sorry it's been so long since I've posted! Things got hectic those last couple days of the week! But good news! It's spring break, and I hope to get at least three posts out this week. Maybe. So anyway, my last post I talked about the Ideal Reader and how they are the best people… Continue reading The Writer’s Journal
For my Writing the Speculative Fiction Novel class, one of the books we were required to read and study was On Writing: a Memoir of the Craft, by Stephen King. I, didn't know what to expect; I had never read any of Stephen King's stuff, but I knew he was a really big name. I was… Continue reading On Writing by Stephen King
In honor of my wonderful Ideal Reader's birthday this past week, today's post is going to be about the Ideal Reader--probably one of my most favorite people to deal with in the writing universe. In Stephen King's On Writing, he said the "Ideal Reader is also the best way for you to gauge whether or… Continue reading The Ideal Reader
Happy March everyone! It's finally the most wonderful month of the year. MARCH MADNESS is in the air and I'm here to suggest that it is an event not just for basketball fans, but for writer's too! With the coming of the new month, my writing Professor, Dr. Griffiths, posted a status update stating "March… Continue reading March Madness (for Writers)