Random Blog Post #2 – Useful Tips from Authors

Best-of-the-best in tips from the world’s most famous authors. I generally enjoy reading a few tips and quotes from famous authors during my last minutes of daily homework, they give me something to think about before I start my actual writing for the day. Whether it be through some random StumbleUpon search or my go-to list of favoriteContinue reading “Random Blog Post #2 – Useful Tips from Authors”

leveL: a web comic

A quiet boy thrown into an adventure to find out the secrets of leveL… hmm, not sure if I’m talking about Cael or myself… Because of the many projects I work on daily, I have to keep a strict schedule to get anything done at all, it’s just how I prefer to work. During myContinue reading “leveL: a web comic”

“The End”

No better feeling than getting to type those beautiful words: the end. Scene after scene, page after page, month after month, my good friend and I worked tirelessly on a feature film script. Through tough blocks of frozen minds, spewing crap and rewriting. Through countless hours of heated debates over syntax and character synopsis. Through Skype, FaceTime, GoogleChat videoContinue reading ““The End””

Write Every Single Day… Remake A World.

“You must write every single day of your life…You must lurk in libraries and climb the stacks like ladders to sniff books like perfumes and wear books like hats upon your crazy heads….may you be in love every day for the next 20,000 days. And out of that love, remake a world.” – Ray Bradbury

Consejos Para Escritores Latinoamericanos

Again, for bilingual friends/writers… A guest post I did. I find a lot of inspirational advice, tips, and quotes from American writers for young aspiring writers. It’s reassuring to know that some of the greats have had our same struggles with the art of writing, that these people we look up to also sat around thinking some ofContinue reading “Consejos Para Escritores Latinoamericanos”

Batman: Year One – A Review

Year One: Two Paths Cross and A City is Changed Forever Gotham City is in need of a hero. Prostitution, thievery, corruption, drugs, and much worse happens each and every day, but on this special day, two heroes make their way towards the derailed city, sprouting hope and light onto the darkest of corners of GothamContinue reading “Batman: Year One – A Review”

Los Mejores Jugadores de Fútbol en Instagram

For my bilingual friends… here’s a guest post I did. I recently got a response for an opening at BuzzFeed Español, but before we could go any further, they wanted to see some posts done on their site, to show ’em what I can do. Well, here is my first post on BuzzFeed Español, hopefullyContinue reading “Los Mejores Jugadores de Fútbol en Instagram”

In Cold Blood – A Review

Capote’s Sweet Voice Detailing A Not So Sweet Event Typically a strict fiction reader, I steer clear from mystery and crime books, they are not my cup of tea. This strange September, I veer away from my norm, which is hard for me to do with books, and I picked up In Cold Blood, andContinue reading “In Cold Blood – A Review”

Comics: Then & Now

And Why You Should Never Quit Comics My grandmother, La Aba, my mother’s mother, was in my life for just a few short years. She passed away while I was merely seven, but I was blessed to live with her for a couple of those. Although her presence in my life covers just a decimalContinue reading “Comics: Then & Now”

Random Blog Post #1 – Ten Book Challenge

Rules for the Ten Book Challenge: In your blog, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. They don’t have to be the “right” books, or great works of literature, just ones that have stayed with you. Here are mine: The Little Prince, by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry – This is the first bookContinue reading “Random Blog Post #1 – Ten Book Challenge”

A Tale of Two Matches

Argentina vs. Germany – Today vs. FIFA World Cup Final

Like a stroke of fate, today, two nations competed in a friendly match less than two months removed from battling for the most important sports trophy in the world: The FIFA World Cup. On one side, the Argentineans begin the era of “Tata” Martino, their newly appointed head coach, and on the other, the Germans take the field with ceremonies to commemorate their newly printed jerseys donning not three stars, but four, a statement they wanted to make clear, almost show off, before the two nations took the pitch…