On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #5: How Kanna Reflected Some Parts of Me

Hello dear reader! I hope your first few weeks of school have been going well if you are still in school. My first few weeks have been going well, but I know I haven’t experienced the worst of it because I only know it’s going to get busier as the semester goes on. Fun. Anyway,… Continue reading On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #5: How Kanna Reflected Some Parts of Me

On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #4: Why I even Wrote Song Lyrics in any of My Books

Hello dear reader! Sorry for the two weeks of blog post absence. I had a fun time with family and friends during winter break, and this past week I have been prepping and getting back into the swing of things for the new semester at university, so things have been pretty busy. As promised if… Continue reading On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #4: Why I even Wrote Song Lyrics in any of My Books

On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #3: Where will Kanna go to this time? New Settings!

Hello dear reader! We are so close to December 25! Christmas Day! I hope you are having a great holiday season and winter break so far, and I hope you receive some awesome presents and spend some amazing quality time with your friends and family. Now, onto the purpose of this post. If you have… Continue reading On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #3: Where will Kanna go to this time? New Settings!

On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #2: Writer’s Block was a Doozy

Hello dear reader! Assuming you’ve already read the title, you know what this particular blog post is about, and that is the monstrous obstacle we writers love to call writer’s block. There’s a lot of debate on whether or not writer’s block exists, and I am on the side that it does exist. Most recently,… Continue reading On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #2: Writer’s Block was a Doozy

On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #1: The Challenges of Writing My First Sequel

Hello dear reader! Welcome to the first blog post of my On Writing White Blossom blog post series! Before we get started, I want to apologize for a long period of absence. I bit off a lot more than I could chew this semester and underestimated the workload I would have, so I prioritized my… Continue reading On Writing White Blossom Blog Post #1: The Challenges of Writing My First Sequel

On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #7: My Favorite Part About Writing Dark Irregular

Hello dear reader! I am so sorry for not being able to post last Sunday. It was a very heavy and very busy exam period for me since it was the first wave of college exams for this fall semester, and it was very stressful to say the least. Anyway, I’m back now and am… Continue reading On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #7: My Favorite Part About Writing Dark Irregular

On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #6: Kenneth

Hello dear reader! At this point, it has already been about a week since the reveal of the official, full-body, in-color character art of new boy and fellow MC Kenneth Reinier. If you haven’t already seen his art and read his little mini-profile on my website, click here. I can’t get over how good he… Continue reading On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #6: Kenneth

On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #5: When I actually wrote it and how long it took

Hello dear reader! Already halfway through the month! Time is flying by so fast and all I can really think about is if I’m going to be able to keep up with college. Sixteen credits are tough, but I’m managing pretty well, and I hope you guys are having a successful school year so far… Continue reading On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #5: When I actually wrote it and how long it took

On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #3: The Knights and Apprentices

Hello dear reader! Happy first day of September! I wish you a great month. For this week’s post, I will be talking in more detail about the military units of my book: the knights and apprentices. The knights of Sylenia are the protectors of the kingdom, and together they constitute the Guild of Knights, which… Continue reading On Writing Dark Irregular Blog Post #3: The Knights and Apprentices