(Author, Frog fan, Dog and Cat person (primarily tiny dogs), Nintendo enthusiast, Geek and all-around crazyperson

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Journal Entry 4/29/2015--6/15/2015

Journal Entry 4/29/2015 "Frog Boy's Enemies"

I've found tons of distractions this week, preventing me from writing Frog Boy. I'm happy to say that I have been writing but I'm sad to say I haven't written much since my last journal entry. Writing sometimes takes more than you'd think. For instance, right now I'm writing about Frog Boy's first fight and the path it takes him down. It's amazing how one thing affects another in life. The very same thing occurs in a fictional story. Frog Boy's fight here leads him to a much longer rivalry with a mob boss that's main desire is control and secondary desire to study and destroy Frog Boy (he doesn’t care if he's destroyed before or after he's studied). The first time Frog Boy appears to a group of villains, I first reefer to him as the boy rather than Mike or Frog Boy, because I wanted to express some of the villains perspective.
Sincerely, Cade H. Hawkins

Journal Entry 6/10/2015 "Summer"

I plan to have this Frog Boy story finished over the Summer, but I've been so busy with other chores and activates that it's hard to keep writing and make it good. I don't want to just go and release a story to the world that doesn't make sense or sound good when reading it. Right now, I'm writing about a villains perspective once again, this time I'm showing some of Ethan's connections, goals and plans and revealing the main villain some, DR. Madnen. I'm hoping that the readers like the feel by switching characters and scenery every so often rather than following just one set of characters, giving them the opportunity to piece things together themselves. Keeping the story slightly mysterious and keeping the readers wondering if there's something bigger going on that they don't know about yet.
Sincerely, Cade H. Hawkins

Journal Entry 6/15/2015

I've been writing longer, harder and better. The book is making great progress. I find that I can write better while listing to an inspiring song of sorts. For Frog Boy its usually energetic and fast, with electric sounds. I like the feel, and if Frog Boy ever got a film, I'd probably use some of the music I've been listening to while writing. Man, it would be cool if Frog Boy got a film, but truthfully it would be cool if I just got the book published alone. That's all for now,
Sincerely, Cade H. Hawkins