September is now coming to an end, which means that for the first of October, my books “Harry Moffer & the Dumbest Story Ever” and “The Summer of Our Discontent” will be available for free on Smashwords. So that’s for tomorrow. Also, my segment “Asperger’s and Fantasy” has been featured in an online newspaper called the Autism Report. I’m going to be continuing that segment … Continue reading End of September
The last time I spoke on this topic, an overwhelming amount of you paid attention to it. Which means that I’m going to be continuing with this segment. Why is today’s culture so obsessed with Strong Female Characters? Since when did we make this trend ok to shove into the faces of people everywhere, especially girls? It’s sad to think that our girls believe to … Continue reading Strong Female Characters, Part II
Well, it’s almost the end of the year and I’m only on Episode 6 of my serial novel “The Teen Rebels“. Where did the time go? I better hurry up and get the rest of season 1 completed before the month of October is over. In this episode, Josie and her friends are dealing with the dreaded “date list“, and they find out who’s been … Continue reading Serial Saturdays: Finally on Episode 6
In this week’s edition of FanFiction Fridays, I’m going to be talking about whether or not fanfiction is a tool for writers or a crutch that hinders true creativity. Since no one seems to know the difference between the two, I’m going to be putting it into small words that you can understand this debate. According to several websites, fanfiction is a good way to … Continue reading Fan Fiction Fridays: Tool or Crutch?
OK, so I published a short poem yesterday and updated my book/movie review blog. (I have yet to review any new movies, though.) Anyway, I’m slowly getting back into the habit of writing short stories every day and I hope to have Harry Moffer & the Really Stupid Sequel and The Beginning of the End ready for publication soon. Also, I have found a site … Continue reading Back to Writing & Quilli.us
When we last left off, Juniper Chadwell and Caleb Ketterbridge are stranded in a completely different world than the world they imagined. For starters, Juniper imagines herself to be a princess in another world. Yet when that vision comes true, she learns that things are not always what they seemed to be, especially when she discovers that her family has been killed wand she is … Continue reading Fantasy and Asperger’s Part V
Well, on this week’s Serial Saturdays blog post, I’m going to be talking about a very serious problem that is in the story. The problem with being mentally disabled. Throughout most of history, people who were mentally disabled were often shut away in mental institutions and were never seen again. In addition, many of those people who were locked away in the hospitals were abused … Continue reading Serial Saturdays: The Perils of Being Mentally Disabled
Hello, and welcome to another week of top 10 in fandom. I hoped that you enjoyed the last list, because there are some people in this world who are a lot scarier that Lord Voldemort. Anyway, this week’s topic is the top 10 reasons why Percy Jackson is better than Harry Potter. As we all know, Harry Potter is a wizard and Percy Jackson is … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons Why Percy Jackson is Better than Harry Potter
In this week’s edition of FanFiction Fridays, I’m going to be talking about how much exposure to fan fiction that should be allowed. When I was just starting out writing fan fiction, I realized that I had written less and read so much fan fiction that I was starting to get tired of it. I mean, it was like I kept reading the same story … Continue reading Fan Fiction Fridays: How Much is Too Much?
When Juniper Chadwell and Caleb Ketterbridge were taken away from their normal lives and landed smack in the middle of their own little fantasy worlds, they are confused as to know what to do to survive. As they say, you either live in the real world or you must die. Juniper finds herself as a princess, but instead of living a cushy life in a … Continue reading Fantasy & Asperger’s, part IV