About Me

Hi! I’m Jules, the writer behind this blog.

I’m an artist, a professional writer, and an editor from Columbia Maryland. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing from Florida State University, and I freelance full-time. I previously worked as a full-time content marketer for a logistics company.

When I was younger, I had an insatiable appetite for books. I would read everything I could get my hands on. In fact, I read through the entirety of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy by the time I was nine. Shortly after, I began working on my first novel. As you can imagine, it wasn’t any good, and I never ended up finishing it. But it had started me down the path of writing, and I haven’t stopped since.

Although I write professionally, it was always important to me to never lose sight of the reason behind why I was writing. I write for myself, because I love it. Writing makes my world turn. I don’t do it to make money; I write for the sheer joy of writing. You’d think that all the writing I do for work and for this blog would tire me out, but I still write creative short stories, I’m an avid roleplayer, and I take any opportunity to talk about my stories, my characters, and my ideas.

My love for writing and fantasy worldbuilding naturally drew me in to the world of Dungeons and Dragons. I play on weekends with my friends, though admittedly I spend more time designing characters I may never get the chance to use. I’m working on writing out a campaign from scratch for my first attempt at playing as the DM, since I can’t resist a chance to flex my worldbuilding muscles.

Everyone has their own reasons for writing. Maybe all you want to do is make the world’s best D&D character. Maybe you write fanfiction for a community of people online. Maybe you’re a published novelist just trying to fill in the gaps in your knowledge of psychology and culture. Or maybe you’re like me, and writing is just a hobby that brings you joy.

No matter what your reasons are, you’ll find helpful resources here. As this blog grows, it will provide writing tips, character-building techniques, and research on various random topics that you may need to know for that one scene. I hope you find it useful.

Have questions, concerns, or suggestions? Reach out to me on social media!