Why I love dark British humor

I think I’ve fallen madly in love with British sense of humor. It’s witty, dry, crude, dark and sassy. They made an empire out of murdering everyone. Then the world said, “Uhh, hold on. That’s a touch inappropriate isn’t it?” In modern times they’ve harnessed this insatiable dark and quirky desire for murder and given…

The Power of Words.

You ever hear someone speak a hollow declaration of how they want to accomplish something? “Hollow,” and “want,” are the key words in why you know they aren’t going take the steps to follow through. My mom told me a story of how my grandma scolded one of her three children. “It’s not what you…

Experiment with your reading material.

One of my greatest fears is being a one trick pony as a writer. It’s so easy to get comfortable in one style. At the same time being a jack of all traits and a master of none is scary too. I want to experiment while my brain is still learning. I just bought F….

“Show me a hero, and I’ll write you a tragedy.”

If my characters came to life. I’m sure the first thing they’d do is murder me. I have a tendency to drag them into the darkest corners and let societies wrong doers have their way with them. The reason for that is that I put a little of myself into each character. Something small like…