Over the last couple of years I have written many mini-synopsis and then put them into my archive to look at later, sometimes adapt, many times to pillage for a new story I am working on. These story summaries are very important in getting a story out of my head and onto the page before they are lost and I urge anyone who writes to do this. Tag Your It is one such synopsis, an idea for an illustrated Teddy Bear Tale. That may, or may not be written sometime in the future. The story begins after the jump.
Welcome to Alt World Studios, the home to the words and art of Indie Storyteller Nick Davis, over the last few days you may have noticed alt-world.com (now altworldstudios.com) slowly evolve to reflect this new direction I am taking this year at conventions and approach to my work.
Alt World Studios Writing, Production, Marketing, Accounts & Art Department
Welcome the Secret Life Of An Indie Publisher, I hope to peel back the glamorous party life of indie creating and publishing in a series of blogs, and give you look on how being an indie works for me, some of my challenges, production times and staying motivated in the face of apathy.
As a creative writer you sit there coming up with ideas for storylines, characters and interesting plot hooks. It involves long hours, and sometime waking up in the middle of the night and frantically scribbling the idea down on your phone, or notepad. Then you go to sleep, thinking you’ve come up with he most original story idea ever! Well… I have news for you… Chances are someone has had the same idea as you, this is why ideas are like buses… They all come at once. Continue reading →
On Saturday I bumped into an old friend, she was part of a writing club I belonged too where we all dedicated time to write our opus. It reminded me how long it really has been since I’ve written any long form prose and crafted a novel. I have been very busy writing comic strips, short children’s stories about heroic Teddy Bears and occasionally knocking out some flash fiction. I have been neglecting novel-writing, is time to return to crafting a contemporary fiction story? Continue reading →