A reader of mine asked a day or so ago, ‘how’s it going?’ and for the first time in years I felt like I could honestly answer that question. Right now, it’s the bee’s knees! At the end of this month I shall be attending my first writer’s conference! It will be in Tacoma, WA, […]
I have uploaded my first short story, Fountain of Eternal Youth, which can be found here or by going to the Prose and Poetry section. This particular story was written in 2005 and has not been edited for nostalgic purposes (maybe one day I will). Please feel free to leave comments and feedback, and thank you in advance! Enjoy!
It’s been two weeks since my last post! I took my own advice and have been spending about four to six hours (if not more) a day writing, regardless of whether or not it’s “good” or how many pages (if any) were written. Having never completed an entire draft of my story, I knew this […]
At some point you have to stop researching and start writing. Yesterday produced a great starting point that I am excited to get back to. Two decent pages of what could be a potential prologue or a first chapter. I haven’t decided yet, depends on how long it becomes and whether or not it gets […]
Since the very beginning, I always wanted to tell my character’s story from her perspective, but I struggled with writing in first person. It is not an easy perspective to write in, especially if you do not have the required experience to convey the correct emotionally responses. As a teenager, I knew how relationships worked […]
What’s the point? What is my purpose? What am I supposed to do for the rest of my life? Should I do what society tells me? Or should I do what I tell myself to do? When I reached the working age of sixteen, I did what every other teenage does – I got a […]
Welcome to my writing blog! This site will be dedicated to a writing project of mine, one that I have been carrying around with me since I was fifteen, and I look forward to sharing it with the world! Finally! There have been so many revisions and rewrites the story grew into more of a […]