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
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.
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