Boy, ain't that the truth. One of the most exciting things I have discovered through writing, is the way that the mind can put itself into the place of another. When I'm writing, as corny as this may sound, I become the character that is in that story. In a snap, my mind can step into the mindset of any other character... and maintain their unique personality and vision. That's one of the most rewarding and exciting feelings during the process of writing. Anyone else have some thoughts on this post?
I will do my best to be posting new content every Wednesday. Tentatively dubbed "Workshop Wednesday" I will relatively unedited practice pieces I create to work on certain aspects of the writing craft. Bear in mind military service and training schedules are unpredictable and may be cause for the occasional late post.
In the future I plan to have a set schedule for posting about other writing-related things, or topics in my interest field such as Table Top War Gaming and Video Games.
Thank you for your support and feedback!
Matthew Taylor was born February 13, 1991 in Simi Valley, California. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from California State University Channel Islands, where he served as treasurer and briefly President of one of the campus's two political clubs. While earning his degree he continued to write and hone his craft, eventually releasing an initial few short stories on Kindle.