Mild content warning: post features pictures of a somewhat skimpily-dressed anime character.
I ran a poll on my Twitter page a few weeks ago for the theme of my next “Young Writer’s Life According To…” post. It was a 50/50 tie between Tangled (which has a surprising variety of gifs) and my favorite anime, RWBY. So, why not both?
This gifset in particular puts particular attention on beta-reading, an immense readerly kindness I’ve come to appreciate in my latest writerly project. That said, I’d like to dedicate this post to Aerin and Lauren, the best beta-readers a young writer like me could ask for.
And now, if you are among the 50% who voted for a RWBY-themed post, this’ll be the day you’ve waited for!
Continue reading “The Young Writer’s Life According to RWBY: Beta-Reading Edition”
A/N: I’d like to apologize in advance if this post offends any of my religious friends in the clean indie writing world with this post. Additionally, I’d love to hear feedback and other perspectives on the issue I’ve raised. Please feel free to leave a comment below!
When I browse the web for “clean” fiction, I usually find books that are both clean and faith-based, specifically in the Christian faith. I don’t see much differentiation between faith-based clean fiction and … regular clean fiction. I get that there’s a huge demand among certain religious Christian circles for books with minimal “offensive” content and an abundance of positive messages. But I think I’m living proof that the desire for such books and for positive messages isn’t limited to Christian religious people, or religious people in general. Continue reading “Clean Fiction for All?”
I can never remember the name of this show, only its unique punctuation and the epicness of its soundtrack. But I’ve been listening to its soundtrack fairly often – it’s very dramatic and upbeat, which is great for when your mind’s gone all sluggish and you’ve got five papers to hand in before Wednesday.
My favorite track in this set is “Kamiwaza Sokko,” which seems to be using strings in place of guitars – I like the sound of classical instruments used them to achieve that rock ‘n’ roll sound. 😀