I’ve been really busy lately. My parents are moving and I’m trying to get into my own apartment before they move. I’ve been extremely busy, so not much progress has been made on my series (I’m thinking about changing the name of the series). Anyway,
I’m working on where to draw the line between the scientific side and spiritual side of the explanation for my characters’ powers. The story takes place on the “real” world but in a fictional country. I know superhuman abilities are hereditary, thoug
My name is Matt Shoemaker and I'm an author for Keys for Kids Ministries. Several years ago, God led me to teach Bible lessons at Wayside Cross, a homeless shelter. Each lesson was taught before a meal and the audience ranged from 30-50 people. I was
I’ve been working on my series and have one case very fleshed out. I came up with an interesting angle for my series: even if they don’t get in legal trouble, there are mental and emotional repercussions for people who use their powers for violence.
I’m starting to get serious about my story’s development, but can’t figure out the order to do things in. Some things are obvious (learn to draw first) but others aren’t so much. Here’s everything I need to do:
Sorry for the inactivity. I’ve been really busy and have been having a lot of anxiety (I’m on a new medication which has helped tremendously). I’m hoping to get seriously get started on writing the first volume/chapter (I’m actually leaning more towa