I’ve been putting it off for too long. Let me fill you in: I wrote a novel four years ago. My first reaction? Hell YEAH! Take that Stephen King. Eat my dust JK Rowling. James Patterson—who’s that?! So there it was, a completed manuscript, in my hard drive, fermenting in digital soy sauce. And you know what? I was happy. I was exuberant. I was feeling like a freakin’ genius. I read it last week. It was crap. Damn… I’ve written a few rudimentary novels in my twenty-seven years alive. I really cared about this one. That’s why it … Continue reading Your Art is crap…but that’s okay
Greetings! Thank you for reading this blog. My name is Kane Holder, a writer in Singapore. I haven’t been posting as much as I should lately. *Punches self in the face* This is due to a lot of things, but … Continue reading Space, Time and Chicken Rice…and the novel.
Praying Mantises Just interviewed a praying mantis on the Top 10 Things They Envy About Humans. Answers 1 to 10: snuggling
What would you do with six million dollars?
This is Er from a comic I created in 2004. Er likes cigarettes (he smoked his first ciggy when he was 6 months old), he likes ‘Carlsborg’ beer, he has a mop-like dog called ‘Dog’, and has an invincible arm. He can’t move it. Sadly. Time to channel myself from 10 years ago and continue it! Oh and where the hell did 10 years go…
I have a lot of flaws as a writer. I don’t finish what I start. I read really slow. I think too much about style, rather than substance. And yes…I get lazy. I’m far from a perfect writer. But there is one thing I do know. I know how to change it. Ever since I graduated from University last year, I’ve made writing a part of me full time. I’ve continued to ask myself: Who am I as a writer? What do I want to say? And even, how do I help others create theirs? Right now, I only have … Continue reading Three steps that have made me a better writer