Splattering Yet Endearing is a romance drama series with sci-fi, thriller and other elements. If you like a deep, intimate story with visceral action in and out of bed, you’ll love reading Philip Yang’s vivid series.
As you probably already know, you can read Splattering Yet Endearing Part 1 for free anyways. But, I want to provide a super sweet offer for joining my email club—that Hardcore Fan Club thing on the right of this page. You're probably wondering, what's a Deluxe Edition? Well, it's the full story plus extras. Things … Continue reading Get Part 1 And Part 2 Deluxe For Free
Source I had the pleasure of watching the fourth and final Evangelion Rebuild movie that came out this year. I enjoyed it so much, I went back and watched the original TV series from the 1990s too! And The End of Evangelion! Evangelion as a whole is a famous anime franchise from Gainax Studio, Studio … Continue reading What I Learned About Writing From: Evangelion (Film+TV Series)
The below scene is for readers 18+. Entering the building, Iteni is already at the c—Iteni: Two for Babe Detective, 11:30! Smells like popcorn. Iteni shoves her pink card through the slot to the ticket person. I stand next to Iteni while a machine ejects two tickets for us. Is this movie PG-13 or something? … Continue reading Work In Progress: Movie For Two and Popcorn
I really don't think there any hacks when it comes to writing. You need some expertise. You need to set time aside. You need to be dedicated. These are things you can't shortcut. OK, maybe if you hire a pricey editor they can clean up anything you quickly churn out. But if you are an … Continue reading Writing Faster, Writing More?
I got a bunch of writing done last weekend. Felt better about myself! It did feel weird though, the process of writing faster. Let me explain it! Honestly, if you want to get faster and better at anything, you have to start setting firm or specific benchmarks for yourself. A daily word count. A deadline. … Continue reading How to Get More Writing Done: Treat it Like a Job
I don't really have anything meaningful to say with this post. I am just doing my weekly duties, but I hopefully can still say something somewhat useful. Oh yeah, I got this song done this week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKYG_N5gXHc Remix of a prior vocal song I really haven't done enough writing this month, or last month. So … Continue reading Prioritize: Managing Time and Efficiency
You know, at least for fiction writers, all we are doing is creating made up stories with imaginary characters. From that respect, each story is the same, just a creation of the mind. Something that is not realistic. So why write fiction? Why does a fiction story matter, if it's all lacking the impact of … Continue reading The Why: Why Does It Matter?
Yes, I hardly wrote any fiction this past week. I played too much GTA 5 and real life is keeping me busy, big time. I will be reducing my GTA time so I can at least write on the weekends while my weekdays are chock full busy. I dunno. I know I am a small … Continue reading Random Thoughts About Writing
I have been really busy with work and normal adult life lately. But! I took a look last night at my outline. Part 3 of Splattering Yet Endearing is almost done. A key scene is coming up pretty soon, which will bookend or be the end of that part. I already know one of the … Continue reading Writing Update: Making Some Progress
I guess I am assuming you are a planner, like me. Outlines are they way I organize and structure my fiction writing. Outlines could also work in a real world application too. Porma goes to the store.Dinner scene with steak and potatoes.Iteni stays up really late.Watch news at night. A simple list of scenes or … Continue reading How To Work With An Outline, For A Fiction Story
I have done a bit of freelance writing on Fiverr and Upwork. I wrote a few articles on Upwork and did a few editing projects on Fiverr. Freelance work is quite a slow thing to start up to be honest. I have spent multiple hours browsing and updating my profiles there and understanding the marketplaces … Continue reading Thoughts on Freelance Writing