5 Great Places To Find Inspiring MusicIntroduction
Have you ever been sitting down to write and just can’t seem to find the right type of music to help you along? Yeah, I been there myself many times. So when I have times like that I tend to roam looking for original bands and music. I have found a few little invaluable resources on YouTube. So can you guess what today’s blog is all about? You guessed it; some great music resources. So let’s get rolling.
#1: Pandora Journey
When I am writing sci-fi I tend to use this wonderful collection of music. With some “Videos” that have over an hour of music, you can get yourself lost in your writing. This is a great stop if you are looking for something to get your heart pounding.
#2: The Prime Cronus
Writing Tips: Word Count Vs Time Spent WritingWriting Tips: Word Count Vs Time Writing
I hear allot of writers suggesting people set goals to keep them writing. Often it can be confusing hearing so many different routines. It's good to have a goal. At the same time, it is best to make one that works for you. Just because it works for someone else does not mean it will work for you.
Word Count Goals
Some writers like to set a certain word count for writing. This can range from as few words as 100 words to massive amounts like 3000 words. If you know you can write x number of words daily then it's easy to manage your progress. This is good for people with a lot of time on their hands.
Time Writing Goals
Other writers like to write for a set amount of time. Some writers only write for short periods throughout the day; some sit-down and write for hours on end. Authors who write like this take more care into the content they are writing but might not achieve as much.
Realistic Goals Vs Unrealistic Goals
While, it is nice to
10 Tips To Improve Your WritingIntroduction
Hello, all you beautiful people! Today I decided to draft up 10 tips to help improve your writing and hopefully inspire some new works. So let me not bore you with anymore pretext and get into the real substance.
Tip #1: WRITE!
If you are not writing, you are not writing! We want to have the perfect plot then forget the most important part about writing, writing! Trust me I’ve been there myself on many occasions. Be sure to write as often as possible regardless of working towards the greater goal. Even if it is something small. Make an update on your social media page but just write something. Be creative, have fun with it. Writing a little is better than nothing at all. Literature is a muscle you need to work it out. If you are not writing anything because you want it to be better, you are never going to get there. It’s like climbing a mountain in one step. You just are not going to do it. Don’t let the quality of your writing discourage you. Over time,
Bullet Carol: PrologueThe story, characters, and events, in this book, are fictional. Any similarities to actual people, places and events are coincidental. This story contains heavy violence, strong language, and sexual themes. This story may or may not be suitable for the sensitive. Reader discretion advised.
This story is dedicated to the fantasies of my teen years. To all the writers who inspired them. My beloved Lovecraft, Gibson. For the retro fans of the 80s and all the noir writers of the 1940s. All you lovely subcultures, keep killing it!
The streets move like tides. Buildings rising high among crashing waves of commerce and trade. The castles of titans built up over many years of production. Covert-lords standing with abundant control over the collective. Each person a single cell serving it’s purpose painted as their own. Nameless droplets that inhabited the ocean that was Sector.
They go about their business at high tide and rec
Races Of Lyorta: Anaroth The Anaroth are a race of wildlings who have adopted the lifestyle of scavengers. They bear an extremely close resemblance to rodents and especially mice. These pesky critters tend to live among humans in the slums of cities. They have formed a symbiotic relationship with thieves and are looked down upon in most cases. They range from being several inches in height to several feet.
They have their own language they developed in order to communicate with each other. This hidden language is kept very secretive and is complex enough to be undecipherable by those who hear it. Most are not even aware they are hearing another language when it presents itself to listening ears. They manage this through a series of sighs, whistles, clicks, and even gestures that change the context of meaning.
They are rather cowardly creatures who rather not associate with others. They tend to worship no gods due to the fact