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J Svogar

J Svogar
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  • Country: United States
  • Books: 2
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 20 November
  • Member Since: Feb 2020
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BIOGRAPHY

I'm J. Svogar, a writer of whatever genre I can get my hands on. I write erotica, romance, fantasy, supernatural stories, creepypasta, horror, fan fiction... You name it, I've probably tried my hand at it at some point or another.

I'm currently working on my third novel, a series of essays and poetry about living with mental illness, and a collection of short horror stories. I have two published novels, "Mara's Journey" and "Dialos: Eternal Love"; they can be found on Amazon.

I live in Nevada currently, where I enjoy watching the Burners return from Burning Man and hoping for more snow this year (whichever year it happens to be).

J Svogar Books

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Mara's Journey
(4) $7.08kindleeBook,
Mara's Journeyby J SvogarPublish: Apr 29, 2017Fantasy
Dialos: Eternal Love
(3) $6.65kindleeBook,
Dialos: Eternal Loveby J SvogarPublish: Sep 08, 2016Contemporary Romance Paranormal Romance

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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 18 days ago
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    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • J Svogar J Svogar 18 days ago
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      • I have indeed! The important thing to remember with Writer's Block is that every writer gets it from time to time. There will be days when you stare at your paper or monitor, and the blank page and blinking cursor seem to mock you.

        Keep writing anyway. It doesn't matter if all you do that day is update a journal. Write. Your stories will come back to you, in time. If that doesn't work, go find a D&D Character Sheet blank template, and start filling it out for your characters. Really get to know them, on a stat level.
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      • J Svogar J Svogar 18 days ago
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      • "Don't be ashamed of your writing. The authors *YOU* admire didn't have their success at the age of 15, so it's fine if you don't either. And don't let the words of others influence your art. It's *YOUR* story to tell--not theirs."
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 18 days ago
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    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • J Svogar J Svogar 18 days ago
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      • When I have to write a scene that is particularly draining for me emotionally, I put on music that I think would be appropriate for what I'm writing. When I'm done, I *TAKE A BREAK*! Don't be afraid to let yourself live with the emotions the scene brings up in you, but then do something soothing to recharge. Take a bath, drink some coffee (or tea), watch something silly on TV for half an hour. Then get right back in there, take that bull by the horns, and write the next scene.
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