The art of educating ourselves does not always lie in the classroom. I realized that I didn't really learn a ton of things or really found formal education all that useful. Instead, I sought to expand my own skillset using online courses and picking up new skills that I feel I will need. At this… Continue reading Making your own education
I have many many interests. That has been something known to me for quite a while. I enjoyed programming and making programs, as much as I loved the art of speculating history. Recently I began to look into business strategy, marketing as I realize that it will be better if I taught myself such things… Continue reading Having Multiple Interests
Have you realised that after a while, you tend to have a certain style and touch. For me, I have came to realise that. My stories have a very strong feel of mystery in them, often paired with fantasy. Sometimes, I add in intrigue, other times it can be other things. But a mysterious and… Continue reading Having A Writing Style
I'll be honest here, I'm reading a lot less these days. And well, it is for the better. Because I'm finding books based on how interested am I in the premise rather than just hoping it might be good. And that it takes a lot more than just that as well, there must be something… Continue reading July: New Direction
I'm not a fan of that advice. Not at all. I think that all writers should write what they want, and an amateur should not be made to feel bad about their lofty ambitions. Because that is what makes us unique as writers. The work that we dream up, no matter how big it seems… Continue reading The Advice Of Starting Small
It is one of the few things which I never understand about myself is that most of my works will have sequels before I say goodbye to them. And some of them are very very long, and turn themselves into sagas. And I have tried many many times to think of it as a single… Continue reading What Do I Always End Up Writing?
This is something that bothers me a lot yet rarely ever does now. Because I'm accepting that I'm just honing my craft, and a lot of my writing isn't that good, and maybe I would not have learned to improved if I gotten too famous. And that I prefer feedback over anything. Anything that gives… Continue reading Having Expectations As Writers
I mostly deal with criticism through this method, I just deal with it offline. And with a little analyzing before I just put it behind me and move on. Because really, it's tiring if every little bit of criticism gets to me, and most of them is tearing apart my writing and grammar. And if… Continue reading Criticism: How do I deal with them?