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Author Interview on Reading Nook

Reading Nook has hosted me for an Author Interview in the wake of my recent publication of my High Fantasy Young Adult book, Stardust Destinies I Variate Facing.

Here’s a Preview with one of the eleven questions.


4: Do you have a plan in your head of where the story is going before you start writing or do you let it carry you along as you go?

Sometimes I will plan a bit ahead, especially when it comes to filling in plot holes. A lot of the time, however, I had only a main idea, or a general idea of where things are going. I do write notes for certain scenes, or have certain scenes in mind, but then I have to get to that point or make it make sense. Usually what happens is I start writing and the story unfolds as I write. I am the instrument and my hand moves, and I discover the story as it unfolds on the paper in front of me. Sometimes I write dozens of pages and haven’t gotten to that point in the story I was thinking about writing yet.


Read the Full Interview Here!


My Stardust Destinies Were Written Backstage – Hosted on The Lily Café

The Lily Café once again has hosted me on their blog, and this time for a Guest Post. The post is called My Stardust Destinies Were Written Backstage. I talk about how I began writing my High Fantasy Young Adult fiction series Stardust Destinies. Here is a sneak peak at the post.


When I was in CEGEP, I was in the theatre program, and back then, I had no idea I would end up writing a book, let alone begin an entire series. I loved daydreaming, I loved reading fantasy, I enjoyed writing dinky stories, but at that time, I was more preoccupied with the fact that I was getting only small roles in plays. I wished I could have a role with more lines.

One night, I had a dream; it was very specific. In fact the dream turned out to be Chapter Nine of Book 1, Variate Facing. I wrote it while I was sitting in the bus, in between classes, while I was sitting backstage waiting to be called to rehearse my few scenes…


Continue Reading the Post on The Lily Café’s Blog

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The Lily Café Hosts Binky Ink with An Excerpt of Stardust Destinies

The Lily Café has shared an excerpt of my book on their blog. Stardust Destinies I Variate Facing is a Young Adult High Fantasy novel, the first of a series of many.

Come visit the Lily Café’s blog to read the first half of the first chapter of the book. If you like it, then here is where you can purchase the book.

The Lily Café’s Post – Chapter One: The Departure of Stardust Destinies I Variate Facing

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Surpassed 1000 Posts on WordPress!

When I originally created this website, I did not know it would become a repertoire of all my work, all my content. I thought I’d just put info about my indie films. I designed the site as best I could, but I was not sharing CONTENT!

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When I became a content creator, writing blogs, making videos for YouTube, sharing what I write, I was still struggling with sharing or how to share because I had just enver done it before. I did not know what content to make. I started on YouTube with just a few random parodies.

Once I knew what I wanted to do, and began pursuing that, sharing content became easier. I did not share often, however, because I could only produce so much at a time.

Over time, I have learnt to be efficient in my planning, in my work ethic, and I’ve expanded the content I make. From the various YouTube channels I now have and the podcast, the various topics I like to write about, sometimes exclusively on Steemit regarding Blockchain and cryptocurrencies, all the gaming content I make, the healing content, the fiction and fan-fiction I write, my Photoshop experiments and goals I give myself to learn to be a better Photo Editor, all that is content I like to share.

And on WordPress, I have surpassed 1000 posts. Actually on Steemit too. I actually have a few hundred more on Steemit due to contest in which I’ve participated and some Steemit exclusives that I didn’t necessarily share on WordPress.

That’s a lot of content, that’s a lot of creating, and there is so much more to come and I look forward to sharing it all with you here on WordPress, and on Steemit (or will it be Steemit-Tron now?).

Thank you for viewing/reading/engaging. Knowing there are so many of you out there who enjoy my content warms the heart.

And speaking of wordpress and websites, I’ve been making recent changes to the Home page and other pages, adding images and banners, so if you ahven’T already checked it out, go ahead and let me know what you think.

Thanks again! Looking forward to sharing more with you all!