Regarding Love, Relationships, and Valentine’s Day

Regarding Love, Relationships, and Valentine’s Day

Well, it’s February. Not that you need to be reminded – if Groundhog’s Day and the Superbowl weren’t big enough clues, then the metric tons of massive stuffed animals and miles of heart-shaped chocolate boxes lining store walls since New Year’s probably were. Who’s...
Regarding Severus Snape

Regarding Severus Snape

Anyone who has either watched or read the Harry Potter series knows and has an opinion of Severus Snape. Many fall on one side of the aisle. Some argue he’s a saint. Others argue he’s demon spawn. From my observations, this is strongly contingent on whether a Potter...
Thoughts on 2019

Thoughts on 2019

I don’t know about you, but it’s been a rather eventful year for me. Between passing the engineering exam, moving house, graduating university, and landing my first job, I’ve had more than a few things on my mind at any given time. It’s been an ever-pivoting mix of...
The Ring Cycle – A Storytelling Structure

The Ring Cycle – A Storytelling Structure

A Simple Concept Something I discovered earlier this year is a storytelling method that’s been used for millennia. I didn’t know it existed, but I’ve seen it everywhere, and so have you. It’s a cousin to the typical “Hero’s Journey” used in many fantasy stories, but...
Good Readers, Good Writers – How One Fuels the Other

Good Readers, Good Writers – How One Fuels the Other

Can you read? If you understand the question I just asked, then presumably, yes, you can read. The mechanism of reading language is one of the earliest skills fostered in us as children, and for good reason: it is one of the primary methods of conveying information....
Music and Writing: Why Music is My Muse

Music and Writing: Why Music is My Muse

Are you a Lord of the Rings fan? Whether you are or not, it’s very likely that you’d recognize the theme for Hobbiton if it started playing. Harry Potter fans will recognize the iconic chime of Hedwig and Hogwarts, and anyone who’s ever come within throwing distance...

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