Games, films, books, music, feeling hungry and opening the fridge looking for a slice of your favourite cake… All of these have one thing in common: stories. Hello everyone and welcome to Worlds in Characters, my writing podcast! Those of you who are familiar with these parts should know me already, but for those who... Continue Reading →
Brumhilde is dead. Long live Brumhilde. As you may have figured out, I'm playing Red Dead Redemption 2 and I love it. Every time I go out in the wilderness it feels like going on a new adventure to meet new characters and hunt down a moose or two. Not all of my adventures get... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, I just happen to be wandering around Reddit in boredom. Such is the life of the procrastinating creative writer who should really be working on his next novel right now. But I also love to help other authors with their own creative writing.
Anthony was looking for writing advice for his novel, the day he found Abbie Emmons' blog. He then decided to read her debut YA romance.
With a two-year delay, Anthony has played and finished NieR: Automata. The experience was so touching he decided to write about the game, and what it all meant to him.
As both a child and a young adult, Toy Story was always one of my favourite series of all time. Through the eyes of Woody, I saw myself finding new friends, dealing with loneliness and the fear of being left alone, and mostly the fear of time and change.
Scrivener is extremely popular among writers. What makes it so special? Is it really better than Microsoft Word, in some ways?
In Final Fantasy XV, the potential was there to let it be many things; here, the Author tries to examine what went wrong in the process, under a pure storyteller's perspective.
To celebrate #LoveIndies week, the Author evaluates Sunless Sea, one of the most inspiring and wonderfully-written video games of the last few years.