Real Characters: Author David Klein

This is the first post of my Real Characters series of interviews. The point of them is to act as a little piece of research when writing realistic characters. My inaugural interview is with the author David Klein. Klein has two published books available for sale on Amazon. Clean Break has a particularly good antagonist … Continue reading Real Characters: Author David Klein

What I Learned from Teaching Psych 101

I just finished up teaching four sections of Psych 100 last week, and there are a few themes which came up over and over that are good things to remember when doing character development. You want your characters to be believable, so knowing how people work on the inside can only help. First off, one … Continue reading What I Learned from Teaching Psych 101


I was a swimmer in High School. We had a good team, explainable by the three plus hours of practice daily, an hour of which was before school. Prior to high school I hadn’t been on any swim team, although I spent my entire summers at the neighborhood pool two blocks from my house. My … Continue reading Overlap