Here is a collection of all blogging guides, tips and tricks that can be found here on the website. Writing guides are also placed here for the sake of convenience. For blogging guides, I focus more upon the concepts of blogging as a diverse form of media that anyone can enter into, however most of them cater to anime and gaming bloggers, as those are the types of blogs I write for.
When it comes to writing guides, I focus more upon fan fiction and wider fan-works, as these are common within fandom as a whole.
For creative media used to cultivate the written word, concepts like “reading ease” are so rarely talked about, and yet so vastly important. As a general rule, I don’t care for the “gate keeping” when it comes to written media. I believe the power of the written word is much too mighty to be exclusionary.
I’m a big fan of blogging, but blogging isn’t for everyone. I’ve decided I’d highlight the pros and cons of blogging about anime and gaming to help you determine if it is the right fit for you. First though, we should talk about what a blog is, and why you might consider writing one.… Read More Pros and Cons of Anime and Gaming Blogs
A common and flat out stupid misconception is that all bloggers have a perfect workspace, neat and tidy all the time. This asinine idea isn’t always true. We don’t all have the perfect haven to work on our posts. That’s just what we want you to think. … Read More A Perfect Workspace? Ha, Yeah Right…
Hey everyone, it’s Kernook here and this is a more serious, introspective post that directly references this one here, written by Ospreyshire. The title? “Top 7 Concerns I Have As a Film Critic and As a Fan”, and let… Read More An Open Letter to Iridium Eye and Readers – This is the Truth about Blogging.
Hey everyone, it’s Kernook here. I’ve spoken about readability before, and discussed a few thoughts about numbered review scores for and how they can hinder the process. It’s about time to dive into big buzz words. To be clear… Read More Before You Worry About “SEO”, Build Alliances – Here’s How
So, you need eyes on your reviews, right? If you write reviews for the media that is already listed on IMDb, you’ve got to post it up in the critics section. I’ll show you how to do it.… Read More Anyone Can Leave a Critic Review on “IMDb”
I’m not writing this to get your attention, I’m writing this because I’m going to tell you the truth. You’ll follow me of your own volition, or you won’t. If not, that’s fine, but I promise you this; I’m going to give you good advice.… Read More The First Thing Bloggers Need to Know – Readability
Writing guides and thoughts on the narrative craft
Ultimately we won’t be brought to love every single thing about our favorite character. To be sure, if there isn’t a flaw someplace… well, that’s a huge issue and it is bad writing. You can still love a flaw while respecting that it is a flaw, though. When writing, play with those flaws and your readers will thank you.… Read More Writing Fan Fiction – Consider The Characters
That being said, this is geared more for the fan fiction community, or someone who is just getting into writing and doesn’t know exactly what to do with an idea or a project that they want to start. … Read More Fandom: 3 More Tips To Combat Writer’s Block…
For all the snappy dialogue and punchy editing, most best selling books have me losing interest as soon as I turn the first few pages. It always seems so pristine to me, in a way that’s just outright off-putting.… Read More I prefer to Read Fan Fiction instead of Best Selling Books – Here’s Why.
To put it simply, “writer’s block” is the inability to put a thought into its written form. Make no mistake about it. Writing is a craft, and it isn’t always easy. These are some of the ways I stave off writers block. They help me, hopefully they help you too.… Read More Three Tips To Combat Writer’s Block
Fan fiction binds us together in a way nothing else can. New stories, deeper adventures, and combined inspiration fill so many different voids in our lives. You can’t put a price on that. It isn’t tangible.… Read More Fan Fiction – A Love Letter Made By Fans