The Orthodox of Assumption

Going through college I was exposed to several classes that had the singular goal of introducing me to multicultural experiences. It was built into the schools requirements as part of our basic core classes. I thoroughly enjoyed these classes. Not only did they give me a chance to see different perspectives, but they allowed me … Continue reading The Orthodox of Assumption

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Read Promiscuously

Milton once said without reading the bad, and ascertaining what is bad about it, we cannot truly know the good. I'm paraphrasing because he uses 4 thousand words in Areopagitica, to make his point. I bring this up because I am an amateur writer. What this means to me is we should read everything because … Continue reading Read Promiscuously

World Building Tools

As an author of Quirni and an English Major, I have found that world creation is one of the major aspects of writing a novel. Editing has a large sway on how the novel will turn out, but making sure you have a good foundation is important. The most helpful thing for our world creation … Continue reading World Building Tools