NaNoWriMo Prep – What’s in a name?

NaNoWriMo Prep

  “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” – William Shakespeare I wrote this post a few years ago but decided to resurface it as it’s that time of year again – NaNoWriMo! When creating these fictional worlds of ours, there is something thatRead more

Walking Dead Finale – I’m Fine, We’re All Fine.

This blog post is about AMC’s The Walking Dead Season 4 Finale. Spoiler Alert! Firstly, I want to say how happy I am that not only did not a single one of our beloved characters die, one returned to us! I am talking, of course, about the Rick Grimes that has been absent for aRead more

Writing Tips: To kill or not to kill

There is one thing that can either be daunting or addictive to writers, and that is murder. Albeit fictional, you’ve brought this person into the world, named them, given them a history, a personality and perhaps love. Happy is boring – we all know that. So to kill or not to kill? How easy isRead more

Writing Tips – What’s in a name?

  “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” – William Shakespeare     When creating these fictional worlds of ours, there is something that permeates every aspect of the writing process, and that is name creation. Though it’s not just naming characters, oh no!Read more

The Walking Dead, We’ll Make You a Plate…

I’ve gotten into the habit of doing my own kind of review of AMC’s The Walking Dead each week, so I may as well continue. I’m talking about Season 4, Episode 15: Us. Spoiler Alert. This is the penultimate episode of the season, and after last week’s emotion heavy episode, I was kind of expectingRead more

A little something about The Walking Dead

SPOILER ALERT: I will be talking about The Walking Dead TV show! The Walking Dead is a show that I love and also falls under my obsession with viruses and infections, which I will talk about in my next post. However, this weeks episode I feel was just inadequate. I feel I need to emphasiseRead more