Splattering Yet Endearing is a dramatic romance 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
I read a few months ago that most writers and books undergo 5 or 10 full revisions during the full production or writing process. I thought to myself, "HA, no way I will rewrite my story 5 times." Well...I've been working on redoing Splattering Yet Endearing Part 1, even though I am actually in the … Continue reading Revisions, Revisions, Revisions
I am gonna show you how I developed a deep and fairly comprehensive understanding of my fiction characters, based on prior tips I have used and this cool article from Psyche. I'm gonna work on internalizing or implementing it into my existing analysis. I already have an Iteni character description note in Evernote, a composite … Continue reading How To Do A Character Study: Let’s Not Make This Boring
Widowing is something that targets couples. At the beginning of Splattering Yet Endearing, it is described as "a mysterious cancer-like illness that affects romantic couples and kills one of the two quickly for no apparent reason, maybe because of the close physical contact couples have". A senate bill is in the voting process to impose … Continue reading What is Widowing?
Look, I write, you write. You read, I kinda read. You want to see how your writing stacks up...by having me beta read it. Now here's some advice, and I am NOT an expert, so expect some personal bias! For one, I think it is very important to share polished work with beta readers. If … Continue reading Writers: This Is What A Beta Reader, and Fellow Writer, Wants You To Know
As you can see, I manage a simple WordPress blog site. WordPress is one of the most popular website builder products out there. It is very well known for hosting many blogs. And, it's free to start to use. I assume you already know how to design a basic website. You know, have a name, … Continue reading Overhauling an Author Website: Web Design’s Its Own Job
Writers already have to do so much, you know? Writers have to come up with fully formed characters, a plot, a setting...forming letters and words into a neat and orderly assembly of sentences, paragraphs and scenes. As you may already know, I strive for quality when I write. I take writing seriously, and I want … Continue reading The Importance of Beta Readers
I like Evernote. I like it more than Word or Scrivener. I've been using it since 2012! Why? Well... Evernote is free. There are paid tiers of the program, but the base program is free. That gets a vote from me.The program is pretty flexible. I can drop in audio recordings, PDF files, pictures etc … Continue reading Why Do I Use Evernote over Word and Scrivener?
I started writing in 2012, back when I was a senior in high school, during a chilly Massachusetts winter. My tools back then were the generic iPad notes app and an iPad. In no particular order, here is what I would tell my 17 (or 18?) year old self with nine years of amateur, wannabe … Continue reading Nine Years of Procrastination: Advice I Would Tell New Writers