A poem about living deep in an unfamiliar city, and being woken up by what you'd expect in the city in the AMs... Enjoy, and let me know your thoughts in the comments!
A relaxing poem to take you on the early morning route of a loaf of bread in the countryside. Enjoy, and let me know your thoughts in the comments!
This week we're back with poetry of the upbeat variety, with "Burning well into the night" and a surprise haiku... Both in the theme of desire. Enjoy, and let me know your thoughts in the comments!
Keeping up with this week's dark theme, today's poem is "Thunder in Red" and the theme is rage. Enjoy, and let me know your thoughts in the comments!
Three poems with the theme of heartbreak. There's a lot to write about in this theme (quelle surprise), so these focus more on the positive sides. Enjoy, and let me know your thoughts in the comments!
For this part of Life in your Fortress of Solitude, let’s look into covering our basic needs in our regime. These will vary a bit, but here are the highlights that I’ve found work well for not just getting through lockdown mentally and financially in one-piece, but to thrive in this time too…
You’ve reached the critical mass of pronouns or alluding to the protagonist by characteristics, and it’s starting to look a bit silly; you just know you’ll have to go back and edit that out later. For now, you sit there. Stuck at naming a major character or location, feeling the pressure to pen the perfect name. Sound familiar? If so, you’re in luck, because this week’s focus is on naming characters and locations.
In this week’s Life in your Fortress of Solitude, let's talk about changing your schedule during the Covid-19 lockdown, and a story about dealing with anxiety while still being able to achieve your goals, which are okay to revise.
Hey guys, let’s talk conversation this week. Dialogue is difficult to get right and trying to make it "realistic" usually results in dry and meandering conversations between characters where nothing happens. Let's explore what makes good dialogue and why it's needed, and finish with a list of quick reference tips...
Remember all those memes about “would you stay a month in this isolated cabin without internet for 1 million dollars?” and most of us thought doi yes I would! Imagine all the I would get done without distraction! Well now that’s being put to the test, except we still have the ‘net. It’s arguably one of the biggest obstacles to overcome when trying to get things done. Welcome to 2020’s replacement Olympics: The Isolation Games. Part 1 of "Life in your Fortress of Solitude", where we're looking at the exciting issues of scheduling...