The Escapist and Her Blithe

“I woke up feeling a bit uninspired, so I thought I’d take a break from my novel and do a writing prompt. Something short without the attachment of a full-blown storyline. Something to restore my creative flow.”  The night crawled beneath my skin as I tore through the walls of my memory, racing against my odds. […]

I Realized Organization Isn’t a Fault of Mine, It’s a Lifestyle Choice

“I’ve always been the kind of person to fancy having a plan. Without structure, I feel as though I’m unable to get anything done. This particular post shines a light on a blogging schedule that I’ve stuck to for the entire month, and for that I am proud. I’m slowly learning just how important it […]

I’ve Never Been Good With Change and That Needs to Change

“I’ve never been one to openly accept change. As it happens, I always find myself looking aimlessly for a new routine, to give myself some structure. I’ve envied those that could do as they wished, not worrying about a plan or a goal in sight. A lot of things have been changing lately, and as […]

I Love Clichés Almost as Much as I Love a Good Plot Twist

“I am a complex reader, for I can never settle into a specific genre for too long. I start to crave something different, something that hasn’t been done before. Though, I appreciate a good cliché. I do like predictability when it is called for, because there are times when I want to give my readers the closure they deserve. I […]

Writing A Novel Is Hard: My Journey So Far

“It’s important to note your progress when taking on a task such as writing a book. I’ve always been the kind of person that was more comfortable with the idea versus the execution. However, as of late, I have been putting my time and effort into creating a novel that is exactly the way I want it to […]

Read This During Your Lunch Break

“The process of storytelling is extensive. We are given limitless opportunity to explore the world we create. We coexist amongst our characters and join them on their journeys. You are a writer, and don’t let anyone ever tell you that your job isn’t a hard one.” I just concluded a Dungeons and Dragons character creation session and the […]

“I’ll Do It Tomorrow,” You Said. Though, It Never Got Done

“If you’re anything like me, your will to get something done often surpasses what you actually do. I know how frustrating that can be, I also know how easy it is to put off what feels to be relatively unimportant at a given time. That is what needs to change. When I started to prioritize the […]

Appreciating Your Self-Worth and Noticing Your Choices

“#GIRLBOSS taught me to appreciate my self-worth. It’s the kind of book you read before you realize that it’s finally time to make those changes. It’s finally time to do all that you’ve set out to accomplish.”  I’ll start by saying that I’m not usually the kind to pick up nonfiction over fiction if given the […]

Writing Prompts and Attention to Storyline

The most successful writing sessions aren’t necessarily the ones you spend writing. Starting the week off with a successful writing session usually outlines the greater ideas that are going to follow as the week progresses, at least in my experience. Today, I have not written an entire chapter, nor have I spent any time editing. However, […]

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