Like many authors, my background isn’t in creative writing. I have a degree in communications and design—still storytelling, but in a different medium. When I joined Twitter and saw the aesthetic boards the community makes, I was in love so quickly.
I recently finished something like my 10th re-watch of a very good anime, “Princess Tutu”. I’ve always loved it for a number of reasons, the characters, the ballet, the music…but this time as I start my own writing career what really struck me was the ending and the themes of happiness vs suffering the story presents.
Did you enjoy last week’s short story Prism? Interested in learning more of the development behind the series, including more info on the alien races, or perhaps the future of humanity?
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A ragtag gang named “Prism” forms on the dystopian planet, Blemmer-8. The Boss has high goals, but the crew…? They’re a little rough around the edges.
Raya’s duty is to summon a god to fight on her country’s side in their never-ending war. Instead, she summons the goddess of peace.
Ibariz only loves three things: herself, money, and gambling.
They are the Keyper. They are on the run. And they are not afraid.
Fhure wakes up groaning—the same as every morning. Survival is survival, after all.
My father died—disappeared, as my mother says—before I was born. He entered the woods, and never returned. No one ever does.
The writing process. Everyone has a different way of tackling it, and we all tend to get frustrated at one point or another during it.
I saw a fun post for a hashtag game on Twitter: listing your protagonist’s star signs and Hogwarts houses, and how well they fit. It’s a classic, and one I’ve answered before—but I adore the question and am always willing to answer it over and over.