The Outcast’s Bloghouse Welcomes… Adam of Write Thoughts

This week’s member inducted into The Oucast’s Bloghouse is deep thinker Adam, of the aptly named blog Write Thoughts.


I first noticed Adam because of the wonderfully detailed comments he would leave after my blog posts. Here was a blogger who not only took the time to read my stuff but also to digest and ponder upon it. I was blown away by some of Adam’s insights into my writing and humbled by his interest in my work.

I soon learned Adam shows this kind of attention to others’ writing as well. He is just one of those people who takes his time and savours what he’s doing; be that reading someone else’s work, writing his own short stories and flash fiction pieces, or pulling apart a book for a book review.

“All writers begin as an audience. We read a good story, think about it, and sometimes discuss it with others. At some point we try our hand at writing, and promptly run into problems, which leads us to the third aspect of writing, study. We take classes, attend seminars, and read books on writing, all in an effort to write stronger stories.

This blog focuses on study; what we can learn from theories and techniques, and what we can learn from other authors. My hope is to create a dialogue with other aspiring writers, and evolve our understanding of good storytelling.” – Adam

And indeed he does. You can find Adam’s ruminations on published books on Write Thoughts under the Reviews category or the Discussions category. You can also explore some of Adam’s thoughts over at Goodreads.

As for the man himself, I know Adam well-enough to mention cosplay, gaming and anime, but I will let him speak for himself –

“Hello. My name’s Adam. I’m a creative writer; mostly fiction.
I’ve always loved stories, but when I was ten I started to notice patterns in the stories, and I began looking for specific stories that broke the pattern, until one day, thoroughly frustrated, I decided to write the story I was looking for myself. The results were rubbish, but the experience was intoxicating. Stories have always struck me as magical; the way that someone I’ve never met can put thoughts and ideas, memories, into my mind, using only words. At first I focused on cranking out stories as fast as I could. Then I tried focusing on a single story, trying to perfect it. As time passed I tried various techniques, before finally settling on a little bit of everything.

Creating posts on writing help me to better organize my ideas about writing, while reviews force me to more thoroughly analyze and understand why and how a story works. I also make it a point to spend at least a few hours a week working on a story; either developing, writing, or revising it. To anyone who’s interested in writing, I recommend joining or forming a writer’s group. The support helps you get in the habit of working on writing regularly.

When I’m not writing I like to read/watch (anime, fantasy, some science fiction, and a smattering of other genres), play board games with friends (Resistance, Catan, Ascension, Cyclades), or video games on my own (Silent Hill, Legend of Zelda, Assassin’s Creed, Ico & the Colossus), and generally go on day trips to interesting places (museums, state parks, Renaissance Fairs, etc.).”



It is my pleasure to welcome a gentleman and deep-thinker into our Bloghouse, and I dub Adam, a member of the Outcast’s Bloghouse and Existentialist Explorer of Word and Thought.

Welcome Adam and here’s your very own Outcast’s Bloghouse logo to display on your blog.

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*Remember; if you’re a fan of the Bloghouse and would like to get in on the silliness and become an Outcast’s Bloghouse member, contact me and point me in the direction of your bio!

24 thoughts on “The Outcast’s Bloghouse Welcomes… Adam of Write Thoughts

    1. Thank you. That’s very kind, though comments are only ever an extension of the post that started them. Your posts frequently have a strong voice that naturally prompts a reply.

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  1. Thank you Jesse for such a glowing introduction. And thank you all for such a warm welcome. I look forward to visiting all of your blogs, and thank you in advance for sharing so generously.

    It is an honor and a pleasure to join the Outcast’s Bloghouse. There is a wonderful irony to being welcomed into a group that is in many ways defined by how different we all are, and that is exactly the kind of group I like. Rest assured that this will be going into my “encouragement folder”, a warm reminder for those times when I may begin to doubt.

    Jesse, I thank you again. You have chosen to not only share of yourself, but dedicated much of your time and energy to helping others in a way that truly merits praise and gratitude. When Guns of Perdition is published I imagine you will have many eager readers, both out of gratitude, and an earnest interest to see another side of your writing.

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  2. Reblogged this on Write Thoughts and commented:
    A few weeks ago Jessica at was kind enough to add me to the Outcast Bloghouse, and while this is later than I had originally intended, I want to take a moment to formally say thank you, and recommend that anyone who has not visited should definitely take a moment to browse the substantial library of past posts. Some relate to the craft of writing, or share a bit about Jessica’s own writing projects, but I’ve always been drawn to the INFJ posts, where Jessica delves into a some of the strengths and shortcomings of a personality type often found among writers.
    There is a wonderful variety to Jessica’s content, including links to numerous other bloggers who’ve been lucky enough to earn a place on her site.

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