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 […]

I Write Because It Keeps Me Sane, I Write Because It Keeps Me Driven

“It has been so long since I’ve found it difficult to get out of bed in the morning. It has been so long since my stress levels and anxiety have caused everything that I’m doing to come to an immediate halt. I’ve dealt with my generalized anxiety for a little over four years total, and with it comes the […]

Let’s Do Things Differently, Shall We?

“Sometimes, our best efforts do not seem good enough. Sometimes we feel as though we are lacking a better part of ourselves. The part that allows us to take in the motivation, to turn that into something we’re undoubtedly proud of. Lately, I’ve been feeling as though I haven’t been doing enough, as though I haven’t been […]

When Anxiety Hits You Like a Truck, You Write

“This past week flat out sucked. The feelings that surfaced this week had me in a bind, for I had felt them all before. Being victimized by my anxiety was not something I ever took lightly, I was the kind of person that would frantically try to find a way to “fix things” but inevitably that was never truly […]

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 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 […]

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