Writing is hard. I am not going to deny it. We writers have a really hard job. And sometimes, we feel like it’s too hard. I have. But here are some points I always come back to when I feel like being a writer is an impossible task. 1: Words are Powerful What? You may … Continue reading Why Writing is Hard—But Worth It!
Hey, everyone! I need your help. Okay, before you feel any sense of pressure, let me explain. My book, A Silence in the Shadows (click here to learn more about the book itself) is almost done. I’m turning from the editing stage of my novel to the publishing stage. EEEP! So exciting! But, beyond the … Continue reading Launch Team Call for A Silence in the Shadows!!
I feel the loss. I feel the hurt. I feel the pain. ~ I can’t breathe. I can’t think. I can’t see. ~ When I try it’s too much just for me. ~ I feel the tears. I feel the wound. I feel the rend. ~ I can’t hold. I can’t stand. I can’t mend. … Continue reading Easter Poem: Because of Him
Okay, guys. I hath been nominated by Keziah at keziahe.home.blog to do this book tag. Thanks, Keziah! Everyone, I've never done a book tag before so *hides* if I do something wrong don't kill me! All right, here we go. This'll be fun! THE RULES: • Thank the person who nominated you• Answer all the … Continue reading Behind the Blogger Book Tag (My First Book Tag!)
If you are a beginning writer, welcome to the writing club! You are awesome! Keep at it! Don’t give up. Yeah, so this is kind of a post for beginning writers, but even if you have been writing for like 3+ years, that’s okay. You can keep reading. Who knows, you may still pick up … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Feel Pressure as a Beginning Writer
On the golden sands of the wide beach, and on the soft dirt of the little bay, ~ the tide rises and the tide falls, in its very own special way. ~ Using the moon as its magnet, up on the land the waves come and lay, ~ and then back once more into the … Continue reading Poem: The Moving Tide
This post is not going to be a funny post. Well, maybe it is. My point is, it’s not going to be as funny as the bookworm ones. So don’t be sad about that. Okay, moving on… Reading is IMPORTANT. It’s important for writers as well as important for non-writers. Unfortunately, I don’t have time … Continue reading Three Reasons Why Reading Great Books is Important as a Writer
Just as Jered thought that the battle was complete and they had succesfully driving out the Ocpots from their home, a monstrous form walked into the building. It was cloaked and hooded, and power resonated from it. Some of the Ocpots followed it back into the building. For the majority of the battle Jered and … Continue reading Novel Snippet: A Silence in the Shadows: Ath’s Attack + Exciting Announcement!!
Yes. This time it’s embarrassing writer moments. Let’s go. 😉 1: When someone is talking to you normally and then you get a writing idea. You leap straight into the air, yelling in excitement, and rush away to find a piece of paper to write it down on, leaving the other person confused in mid-sentence. … Continue reading Top 5 Embarrassing Writer Moments
The branches move and sway. A squirrel comes out to play. ~ The sun begins to rise without a sound. The light plays out onto the ground. ~ The birds rise and begin to sing. Foxes come out and see the beautiful spring. ~ The breeze brings the mice out of their home. They chatter … Continue reading Poem: Groggy Forest