Interview with Kachisou, Manga artist and Bubok author about their upcoming graphic novel, WEAK Kachisou is a hugely talented illustrator and storyteller, who has won recognition both at home in their native Portugal and in Japan for their original Manga. Here at Bubok, we are very excited to be publishing their upcoming workÂ WEAK. WEAK features a wide range of characters in various settings dealing with the difficulties that life brings, and how to find the inner strength to face them…. Read more
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Ever since AmĂ©lie Yan-GouiffĂ¨s decided to dedicate her life to helping others she’s proved that thereâ€™s never a bad time to start following your heart. After working for 17 years managing humanitarian projects in countries such as those in former Yugoslavia, Colombia, Zimbabwe, Eritrea, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Nepal amongst many others, she now supports leaders and change-makers to share their message with the world. Now this debut author, who is an international speaker, coach, humanitarian and a mother, has found… Read more
10 reasons why you should consider taking a writing course: 1. Writing Can Be Learned. Even if writing comes naturally to you, there is always a room for improvement. A writing class or literary workshop will supplement your talent with a necessary educated understanding of literary theory and writing technique, opening your mind to loads of helpful tips and tricks that can be later put into practice. Besides, in every artistic field, raw talent on its own is never… Read more
The Start of the Ideas Imagine you have to make a gift for your family. And it has to be the perfect gift, it has to reach them so deeply that it gets them excited. You may break your head thinking about the gift, over several weeks. What can excite them all? If the present was only for the nephews, a Scalextric would be nice, if it was for your brother, one of the latest videogames would be perfect. But… Read more
It is a very common misconception for writers to believe that in order to create conflict, some kind of notable event has to take place or some kind of internal suffering needs to be depicted. However, the truth is that if these events were the only elements of conflict present in your book, the story would be pretty flat.