Branding Yourself as a Freelancer

As most of you know, I've been working as a content editor for Big Wonder World.  I've been working on a series that I think a lot of you - my readers - will find beneficial. I am compiling all my years of experience as a freelancer (geez, if that doesn't make me feel old!) … Continue reading Branding Yourself as a Freelancer

Stop, Collaborate – but Listen

I made a discovery. The collaboration is the new "do it for experience" work model. Or, at least, the trigger word that's being disguised as unpaid work. Don't get me wrong. If you're just starting out, and you've nothing in your portfolio to show, a collaboration with an artist (if you're a writer) or a … Continue reading Stop, Collaborate – but Listen

Jet City Comic Show 2016 (Final Thoughts)

While I was attending Jet City Comic Show, I had a conversation with an old school mate of mine. You see, I don't pleasure read as often as I used to. Since billing myself as a writer, I find it hard to enjoy a story - to read a book or watch a movie, even … Continue reading Jet City Comic Show 2016 (Final Thoughts)

Story Soup

I had to explain overcrowding to an artist/creator the other day, and I wanted to share this thought. When you're writing a story - this can be prose or a comic or even non-fiction - you should think of it like making soup. It can be really temping to throw all your favorite ingredients into … Continue reading Story Soup