My Thoughts on Crowdfunding

To be honest, I think crowdfunding is the most respectable way to earn money, even more than conventional incomes like salaries or biweekly paychecks. When you think about it, crowdfunding is a way to make sure a creator's content stays pure and to make sure creators stay true to their donors. Even more so, it's … Continue reading My Thoughts on Crowdfunding

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Is Entertainment Important?

Is being an entertainer or artist important for society? Whether you're an actor or a CG animator, does your job really contribute to the wellbeing of mankind? Sure, these jobs pay plenty, but do they actually help us all? Entertainment doesn't feed anyone, it doesn't build shelters, it doesn't filter water... Currently, I'm working on … Continue reading Is Entertainment Important?

Infinite Minds: The Reason Writers Write

While I've gone on record to say that writing is not the greatest art form, it will always be my first love and favorite. Both reading and writing are for a small percentage of the human race. Notice that websites like, well, WordPress, don't get anywhere near the same kind of traffic that sites like … Continue reading Infinite Minds: The Reason Writers Write

Upgrades

Like what I've done with the place? I'll be making more updates to my blog soon. This blog has a YouTube channel, but it is yet to have its first video. On this channel I will be making full-length reviews of movies and books, and it will be hosting my podcasts as well. I would … Continue reading Upgrades

Snoke vs. Adam: A Lesson In Storytelling

The title of this article most likely has you thinking, "I know who Snoke is, but who's Adam? Is it Adam from the book of Genesis? What would those two have to do with each other?" The answer is no, it's not Adam from Genesis I'll be talking about. It's actually Adam from my novel Remnant, … Continue reading Snoke vs. Adam: A Lesson In Storytelling

Fans Are Important

Have you noticed that popular creators like George R.R. Martin, Alan Moore, and others, generally hate the idea of people having their own interpretation of their works? Martin has outright called fan fiction plagiarism, and Alan Moore condemns every one of his works from being turned into movies (which is why you never see his … Continue reading Fans Are Important

On My Own

I’m the kind of person who prefers working with people, regardless of the situation. There is always greater benefit to be had if you are part of a team, and that applies to literally everyone in life. Unfortunately, a sad truth we all know about life is that …. people suck. The majority of people … Continue reading On My Own