This is giving me life in writing my novel. What? Yeah, man. It's the apocalypse I'm writing a novel.
Affirmations are everywhere in this Pandemic. Everyone talks about self care and self love, but let’s talk about you and me. Recently, I signed up for a workshop. I get work back from the workshop and it was a critique and then, they wanted money for me to attend the workshop. Now I know my … Continue reading Everything About You Matters
From January 24-26, I was a grunt. Let me elaborate. I attended the Borderlands Boot Camp in Baltimore, Maryland. I was selected. I’m not gonna lie, initially, I was the black dot in the snow. But, it didn’t bother me. I’m used to being an anomaly. I do need to put the brakes on though...or … Continue reading Borderlands Boot Camp
You’ve started Nanowrimo. Here’s a few tips from everywhere to keep you going-at least to keep my head in the game, anyway: 1. Dress for success - for one day or two, dress like the writer you want to be. At least this is what they said on Write Minded. Interesting enough but how about... … Continue reading Dress for Success and other tips
I decided to write a novel for my Nanowrimo. I wanted to incorporate witches and magic into my novel. A few of my friends said that I needed to have a magic system. Not just magic but an entire, functioning magic system. I freaked out fully. I decided to abandon my project. All the work … Continue reading Go With Your Gut
(being published earlier than normal-by popular request!!) Then, it happened... I joined not one but THREE different critique groups. Oh, my disease to be liked and to please overcame any rational thought. I tried to do the run around and help everyone because I was getting what I wanted, what I thought I needed-FEEDBACK! People … Continue reading Critiques without Tears (part 2)
I was listening to a podcast and one of the mini assignments was to ask yourself, "Who are you writing for?" I sat for awhile. I've been thinking about it and came up with generic answers like- everyone or myself or people like me or people that like books and lastly, my kids. Do I … Continue reading Who Are You Writing For?