In this video? Hard truths and Pokemon socks. https://youtu.be/6eQxFEBldck
https://youtu.be/dqEh__o80Pc without looking up from screen "Bear attacks imp 3. That's 6 damage with poison. Bear is now strengthened for next turn."
https://youtu.be/BG0tkS7BlIM These'll be going up late, but that's just how it is, you know?
It's Asexual Awareness Week. I'm asexual. It's not something that I roll into my daily routine, but it's absolutely a filter through which I view my life and, more importantly, my art and writing. The main character of my current visual novel project is asexual. It's a big part of the story. A story that… Continue reading Writing Romance for an Ace Character as an Ace Writer
When I was thirteen or fourteen I started writing a book. I finished in when I was 20. Right in the middle, you can see where The Depression started. Since then I've had a handful of short stories and essays published in actual magazines, I've written audio dramas, advertisements, reviews, scholarly articles, non-scholarly articles, put… Continue reading I’m not Ready for NaNoWriMo
Brought over from Medium. I'm a writer, text editor, and indie narrative game developer. One of my primary professions involves the creation of English language visual novels and their cousin, the dating sim. I'm also a voice actor and director who does a lot of work on visual novels. I also just play them for… Continue reading I Suffered Through the KFC Dating Sim
It's a piece of advice that I give to anyone I can. Someone might have made it before, but no one's made it quite like you. What exactly does that mean, though, especially when paired with the idea that there are no new stories? Isolate Your Personal Narrative/Experience We all have things that are unique… Continue reading …But No One’s Done it Like You
There are no new ideas. West Side Story is Romeo and Juliet is Pyramus and Thisbe. Arthurian legends have been told and retold hundreds of times. The same thing for classic fairy tales. There's a whole classification system for character archetypes we see over and over and over again. And that's fine. These stories and… Continue reading Everything’s been done before…