Category Archives: Writing Reflections

Coming Up With Story Ideas

We all have hundreds of thousands of ideas for imaginative stories, but the moment we sit down to write, they somehow disappear. Or sometimes you across a great book or a movie and you think to yourself, “why didn’t I … Continue reading

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Overcoming Writer’s Block

The barrier that holds all great writers down, or does it help writers create something majestic? The Writer’s Block is something we all fear when we write, especially on a topic that’s just plain uninteresting or if we have a … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. Comma Has Been Published

Dear Mr. Comma has been published through the UC Merced Merritt Writing Program’s journal, The Vernal Pool. The piece has since been published since the summer of 2016, but I did not have time to make an announcement. If you’re interested in … Continue reading

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Changing The Audience

The strange thing about having a working-draft is getting so wrapped up in the audience. You write to the audience. You make the audience, that audience, your number one priority. If that audience doesn’t understand your draft, if they don’t … Continue reading

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