Imposter Syndrome

Many of us doubt ourselves or believe that what we’ve accomplished is overrated or our accolades unwarranted. I know for myself, a lot of things that I’ve done in my life aren’t special. They don’t feel that way to me, while maybe if I were to share those things, people would disagree with that assessment. Elizabeth Cox touches on this in her Ted-Ed talk about … Continue reading Imposter Syndrome

Myth building and Superstitions

Superstitions. Myths. Urban Legends. Life is full of them. How did they come to be? Check out this Ted-Ed video from Stuart Vyse about where superstitions come from. As fiction writers how do we use these ideas to build credible superstitions, myths, etc into our narratives, especially since it is so ingrained in our cultures and would thus probably be a part of whatever fictional … Continue reading Myth building and Superstitions