Screen and Paper: The Contrasting Art of Storytelling

  Chances are everyone’s walked into a conversation at some point that’s gone something along the lines of this: “The movie was better.” “How could you say that? Everyone knows the book is always better.” “I can’t believe they turned that into a television show -- it sucks.” Opinions on different genres of storytelling have … Continue reading Screen and Paper: The Contrasting Art of Storytelling

My Decision to Write Under a Pen Name

As much as it would have been nice to be born with the angelic surname of ‘Willow,’ in real-life that is not the case. Don’t get me wrong; I love my real last name (it’s definitely a conversation starter.) But having something a bit simpler would fix a lot of mispronunciations and mix-ups. My real … Continue reading My Decision to Write Under a Pen Name

From Story to Script: My “Take” on Book to Movie Adaptations

Readers can either jump for joy or grimace when they hear these words: book to movie adaptations. On one hand, it can be unimaginably exciting to see your favorite characters come to life on a new platform. At the same time, many fans can get very protective of their favorites stories and have major complaints … Continue reading From Story to Script: My “Take” on Book to Movie Adaptations