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'm the kind of guy who likes to write stories with meaning. I don't just want an action story, or a fairy tale story, or a decent story...I want to tell a story that really stands out and moves people. A story that maybe even changes or affects their lives. Why is this important to … Continue reading Why I Still Like Writing: A Deeper Look
Yes, I read very few books each year. Har har har har har. It was until I sat down and read the highly recommended book "On Writing" that I thought to myself...I should take reading more seriously. As you can see on my Goodreads profile, I have so far read 'Quiet" and am almost done … Continue reading Why I Finally Enjoy Reading
I've been tinkering a lot recently with my "character list" or "character bible" or dossier...whatever. I take my characters pretty seriously. I treat them like humans! This is to get as close as I can to making fully formed characters for their story. Let me run down all my latest editions. Maybe you will think … Continue reading I’m In Way Too Deep Into My Characters, Let Me Tell You About Them!
The below scene is for readers 18+. Our car stops in front of the station's convenience store and shuts off. Iteni gets out and gallops to the convenience store. I slowly and groggily unbuckle my seat belt, and get out. Shutting the door without enthusiasm—fuck it's cold. I open the door and pull out my … Continue reading WIP (Work In Progress) Snippit: A Store, A Night, A Snack
One of the most famous writing advice books out there..."On Writing" by Stephen King. I tried reading this a year or two ago but got bored of it. It was also stupendously long and I preferred a more TLDR type of read at the time. This time I did myself a big favor by skipping … Continue reading Quick Review of Stephen King’s “On Writing”
Excuse me for not posting this on my regular Wednesday time each week. Let's face it. If you write a huge fiction book or a fiction series, there's a lot going on. A changing world. A cast of characters. Inventories. Weapons perhaps, and even more. It's a lot to remember, and frankly, I don't remember! … Continue reading How To Organize and Strategize Your Content When Writing a Series
This is a copy of a post I made on fiverr's forums. Fiverr is one of my go to places for finding extra help for non-writing services that I can't do myself. Hi I have been using fiverr for a few months now. I have worked with a few different sellers and have sifted through … Continue reading Advice to Fiverr Sellers: One Buyer’s Experience
If you're like me, you're a writer, not a graphic designer. (Though if you can do both, good for you!) But we both know books need great book covers to sell to readers. So where do you find an illustrator? How do you select one? What do you provide to one? Where to find illustrators: … Continue reading So You Want To Hire An Illustrator?
I have been spending the past month or two focusing a lot on my characters. I had to focus a lot on them, since they were getting illustrated. I needed to convey the characters well to the illustrator, which forced me to compile a detailed document about each character. In my opinion, characters drive stories. … Continue reading Best Pieces Of Advice For Writing Characters