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What is it Like to Have Synesthesia? An Interview

While most people try not to judge a book by its cover, some involuntarily judge a book by its colors. Simply seeing or hearing words can cause a select group of people to instantly associate words with colors, a phenomenon... Continue Reading →

Photography Through England

Traveling and studying literature in England opened my eyes to what could be. I was able to control where I went, what I saw, and who I met. I grew as an observer; as a result, I wanted to record... Continue Reading →

Piety

  Between the crevices in the syntax, the sentence, the subject, punctuation serves as an altar to ideas that cannot be connected by splinters or nails. Exclamation marks that yell also scream out tales. Gentle commas swirl into periods, like... Continue Reading →

Character Development

A writer’s goal is to make his characters as believable as possible; therefore, he has to make them as complicated as possible.

Guest Post by Fin: My Writing and Journaling Process

Happy Saturday! Hello 2B or not 2B readers, I’m Fin from Offbeat On-point and Hannah has been so gracious to let me write a writing tips and tricks post for you folks today.  I wanted to do something special for my... Continue Reading →

7 Steps to a Successful Creative Process

A guide to help all of my fellow Creatives out there to fall in love with their creative process.

Are You Good Enough?

Feeling doubtful about our work is much better than feeling prideful. Right?

The Science of Childhood Stories [And What They Do To Your Mind]

Childhood stories are proven to affect brain development. Yes, that means you are more likely to be brighter than the average person if your parents followed the tradition of reading you nightly bedtime stories. Whether you grew up on Disney... Continue Reading →

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