When You Can’t Make Your Story Work

Featured Image Credit: Cressida Downing | writersandartists.co.uk I'm sure we've all had moments like this, where an alluring idea crops up in your mind, you write down a few scenes, characters and your own logic to support it all before hitting a brick wall. Everything looks fine, but something doesn't feel right. Eventually, after countless hours of … Continue reading When You Can’t Make Your Story Work

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

Not Great, Yet Not Terrible – The In-between State

After going through what makes great writing and examples of bad writing, a new thought formed – what about the writing in-between all of this? Why do end-results end up here? This state of controversy can be a tricky area as most critics are solely focused on wanting a story to appear ground-breaking, while plenty … Continue reading Not Great, Yet Not Terrible – The In-between State