Love Your Craft, Appreciate Your Work, Celebrate Your Progress.

“I could sit here and tell you of all the things I don’t have the time to do anymore. I could sit here and explain every moment I’ve chosen to do something else over the one thing that keeps me going. However, what I’m going to do is tell you of all the things I’ve […]

Have You Been Writing?

“The writing process is one that can feel like a stretch when you’re sitting back trying to figure out just how you’re going to balance all that you have to do with all that you inevitably want to do. I cannot lie, I’ve been so focused on school as of late, my writing has suffered tremendously. I have noticed […]

Fresh Starts and All That I Need to Remember

“It didn’t feel the same this time. As I returned to the place I began my new life, I remembered just how I was once filled with the world of anxiety, where there was no balance in my life. Where I had no idea how to begin living it. As I sit here writing this, […]

Allow Yourself the Moment to Breathe, You Deserve It

“Yes, you’re allowed to take a break. Yes, you deserve it. I did quite a lot of writing this week, and I’ve managed to set the tone for my novel. That is something that usually takes a lot of time. I feel like I can breathe again, I feel like I can finally see the […]

Are You Making Plans or Taking Action?

“There are times when I spend too much time planning, and not enough time executing those plans. As of right now I am currently reading through every page of my novel rigorously, understanding every move my characters have made thus far. Of course, my novel is by no means complete, nor will it be for a […]

My Change In Environment and All That Comes With It

“There are times when we find it nearly impossible to claw our way out of the rut we find ourselves in. For the past few weeks, I had been trying my best to ignore my greater issues rather than deal with them. As of this week, I’ve spent a lot more of my time getting to […]

Poetry as an Art Form and the Dreaming Novelist

“I resonate more with an experience that has settled into my bones, and with that I’m able to tell a story. I’m able to paint a picture with my experiences as a backbone, I’m able to reinstate my understanding of what it means to be up late at night drowning under a wave of incomprehensible […]

Writing Dual Perspective and The Importance of Spilling Ink

“Whenever I find myself at a loss for word, I often look inward. I spend time with the memories of past characters, past plot lines, and ideas that never made it to the page. It usually sparks something new, something I can be proud of as I write. Something that will give me the contentment that […]

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 […]

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