• Topic: Character Blogging (image shows a little cute bunny character created in vector art)
    Character Blogging,  Writing Updates

    Blogging Characters On The Go!

    This post comprises of two old posts from a website that is no more that I ran from 2009 to 2011. Character blog URLs updated as of September 2019. Since it’s a time of creativity burst for yours truly, I thought it was better to list the last sweethearts who have a new online presence rather than starting with a Character Spotlight. This listing contains 6 characters and a short profile of each of them. Note: all these blogs are now hosted as author profiles under the RoboTronia.net blog. Alysha Gearshift Alysha is a special 15 years old robot shapeshifter girl from Electronia. 🙂 She lives at the Delea City…

  • On Writing

    Furniture for writing inspiration: ingredients to a good story?

    How can a writer get good story ideas from hotel resorts and bar supplies, you’d ask? Well, writers are not unlikely to be  inspired by daily things. A closet may become the perfect excuse for mystery or fantasy events, a doll could bring back to old family memories that cross borders with history and drama. Even resorts and bar supplies could be the perfect setting for a thriller, or a story revolving around mysterious character who never stops by a city for more than one night. Looking at bar supplies for setting ideas, you can have that barman in your story who always messes up with colors and decorations and…

  • On Writing

    Humble jobs for a story’s protagonist? Yes, absolutely!

    What if a character of mine worked for a service like Maid to Please? I’m sure you know what I mean. Humble jobs. Yet jobs filled with love and passion for what people do. One of my newest fictional characters, Reina Pater, works for a house-cleaning service. Only for some time in her story, but yes, she does. And it doesn’t make her a cybernetic Cinderella. The cleaning job actually teaches her to be more human-like. She learns what it means to be a human being with all the hopes, sacrifices and dreams involved. She grows as a character and as a person. In the past, I used to give…