OUTLINE your novel or don’t?

June 2nd, 2016 by Wilmar Luna

Hey guys, Wow it’s been a long time since the last blog hasn’t it? Well, when you’re busy rewriting almost a year’s worth of work into a stronger, tighter, more cohesive story, you don’t have much time to blog. Also, there wasn’t anything to talk about. Sure I read some books, maybe could’ve written some… Read the Rest »

How to Write a Marketing Blurb

August 9th, 2015 by Wilmar Luna

It’s the blog you (most of you) have been waiting for! The infamous, how to write a marketing blurb! *Crowd cheers.*   This has been a long, long time coming. Before we get started, let me share some fun facts as to how long it took me to actually write the final blurb.   The… Read the Rest »

How to Fix a Broken Protagonist Everyone Hates

July 16th, 2015 by Wilmar Luna

A Protagonist can be extremely tricky to write. They are the captain’s of the cruise ship and on their shoulders rests the fate of your novel. Sometimes author’s like to take gambles with their protagonist and try to show their ugly side before revealing their good side. This is a dangerous slope because an ugly… Read the Rest »

How to write an Action Scene for your novel

July 9th, 2015 by Wilmar Luna

If there’s one thing I did right on my first two books, it was the action scenes. No, I’m not saying that to stroke my ego or anything like that. This is based off of reader reviewers and beta readers who didn’t necessarily like the book but loved the action scenes. Ironically, I find action… Read the Rest »

Batman Arkham Knight first impressions

July 2nd, 2015 by Wilmar Luna

For those of you new to my blog . . . I PLAY A LOT OF F—ING VIDEO GAMES!   I mean, I work at a video game company for cryin’ out loud. Video games are a huge part of my life and if it wasn’t for the life-changing Metal Gear Solid game on the… Read the Rest »