Why read? Why write? Why, Jeremy, why?

I read a lot and it's part of the catchy name. Plus, you have to read a lot to be a good writer, right? ... right?

I see scenes in my head and the scenes expand upon themselves. It's usually triggered by movie soundtracks. Through these "visions", I have met some pretty amazing people. If I don't write about them, the world misses out on their stories... so there you go.

I am crazy and I feel guilty if I don't write about what I see.

I wanted to detail my experience becoming a writer. I didn't go about it the easiest way, but I learned a lot along the way that could(?) be valuable to you. :)



P.S. - If this helped, please support me by reading my free webcomic halfwing, thanks!


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