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Ko-Fi Post: Review – Harley Quinn (Animated Series) (Season 1)

Ever since the release of Suicide Squad in 2016, Harley Quinn has become one of DC's most bankable comic characters to adapt. That's something that still proved to be true not only when Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) went into production, but also when trailers dropped for an eponymous TV … Continue reading Ko-Fi Post: Review – Harley Quinn (Animated Series) (Season 1)

What If The Coronavirus Was A Movie…

As of this writing, the Coronavirus has been serious enough to force dozens of events - including concerts and Dublin Comic Con: Spring Edition - to be postponed for populations' own safety, not to mention the possible rescheduling of WWE's biggest show of the year, WrestleMania, temporarily introducing in-cinema seat separation, encouragement to self-quarantine and … Continue reading What If The Coronavirus Was A Movie…

Ko-Fi Post – Short Story: Café Cliché

Synopsis: Lucy invites her best friend, Ben, out for an afternoon coffee at a coffee shop that seemed to have emerged recently, Café Cliché. While Ben is unaware of anything distinct about the location, it is soon revealed that Lucy's invitation was part of a plan to show Ben the entertaining and heartbreaking love story … Continue reading Ko-Fi Post – Short Story: Café Cliché

What the 1st Paragraph of Your WIP Should Do

Featured Image Credit: Joel Lee | makeuseof.com  There's only so much that can be done with a first line before it ends up turning into a paragraph with no periods. That can be a headache for any reader. Compelling first lines can be tricky. First paragraphs, however, have more to offer a reader wanting to … Continue reading What the 1st Paragraph of Your WIP Should Do

The Validity of Writing in Multiple Genres

Featured Image Credit: marketing-eficaz.net It's been long said that writers of all sorts should stick to a singular genre; whatever category your first story ended up in, you shouldn't veer outside of that world. All I can say is whoever came up with that so-called logic mustn't have been confident in their abilities. In reality, … Continue reading The Validity of Writing in Multiple Genres

Using Procrastination to Your Advantage

Featured Image Credit: Renita Kalhorn, fortune.com For months now, I’ve been sitting across from procrastination, seeing it as my enemy. While there have been instances where I’ve been able to put my head down and write, it’s been mostly stress and pressure with no results, yet it’s the only angle I tackled my lack of … Continue reading Using Procrastination to Your Advantage

5 Ways To Make The Novel Writing Process Less Stressful

Thursday night/Friday morning. 3am. Once again, I wasn't writing. I badger myself about it and really try to push myself, yet it always ends the same: feeling guilty about not writing and irreparably lazy. It was the perfect time to come up with alternate ways to make myself feel better about this whole 'writing concept'. … Continue reading 5 Ways To Make The Novel Writing Process Less Stressful