What I’ve Learnt About Character Development, and a New Piece Written

"Things don't always go as planned. When you begin writing a new piece for instance, you may have a clear idea of just how things are going to go at the time, but there is a great chance that clear idea may be altered at some point. I find that I tend to envision the ending of [...]

A Little Poetry, A Lot of Editing: Getting It Done

"I've never quite liked being too comfortable in my routine, for I feel that I lose that initial spark when I'm too busy trying to get things done versus letting my imagination run wild every once in a while. There is such a thing as doing too much. As I give myself more time to work around my tasks, [...]

Book Review: “The Woman in Cabin 10” By: Ruth Ware

(I will not be revealing too much of the novel itself, for I'll keep it to the general summary, and what I've thought about the book. Though, I do suggest you proceed with caution if you'd prefer to steer clear of any plot points before reading the book). "If there's one thing I love about good literature, [...]

Making Writing a Habit, and Channeling the Best of Your Ability

"I'm not entirely sure I'll ever be able to say that I've finally gotten it together, that I've put all of my unfavourable habits aside and that I've finally learnt to give my time to the things that matter most. Though, I can say that I am doing the best I can to maintain the [...]

Poetry, Plans, and Productivity: “Teacups and Typewriter Print”

"Poetry is an art form worth exploring. One that I love to dabble in quite a bit. I've not written a lot of poetry recently, but I've finally begun a new collection. It's something that I can work towards, something I can learn from, something that will allow me to gauge what my writing style has become. [...]