My experiences weren’t just things that happened, but things that I could use as fuel to move my pencil across the page and create something real through the fantasy of a story.
Breaking free of writer’s blocks is the key to being a good writer.
While I have spent over twenty years as a writer, it isn’t until these last five years that I’ve actually made strides in sharing my work with the world.
Writer’s block is your mind preparing to learn and grow. Don’t be afraid of it. Embrace it!
Depths of Despair focuses on individual characters and I try to give them as much meaning as they deserve.
When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.”
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