This month, my writing mentor, David Farland, unexpectedly passed away. It's been really hard to work through because I think on some level I'm still in denial. It doesn't feel real, and I've struggled putting into words exactly what I've been feeling.
Category: A Day In The Life
A backstage pass to life behind the desk :)
I would like to try a little experiment. I’ve been toying with the idea of starting a newsletter. However, I’ve been doing a lot of research and found myself faced with a few barriers that will take some time to overcome, so I’ve decided in the meantime, I’m going to try writing a type of… Continue reading March Newsletter
Feeling Quarantine and Isolation Blues? Hey, Me, Too.
I don’t know about you guys, but I have not been adapting well to self-isolation. I am extremely extroverted, and since I’ve been staying at home, I’ve slowly gotten more and more depressed and my mental health has deteriorated. I think I’ve had a breakdown seven of the twelve work days I’ve been telecommuting from… Continue reading Feeling Quarantine and Isolation Blues? Hey, Me, Too.
The Night My Brain Didn’t Write Sober
National Novel Writing Month is, in my opinion, a month for discovery. You discover your limits, your time management proficiency (or lack thereof), your endurance, and your ability to perform under pressure. Well, I don't mean to brag, but I found out I have a superpower. I can type in my sleep. I'm sure most… Continue reading The Night My Brain Didn’t Write Sober
Three weeks and a day since I graduated with my degree in Creative Writing. Three weeks and a day. I wish I could say I have something to show for it, like a publication acceptance letter or something, but nothing much else has happened since the big day. I've read a few books, mastered the… Continue reading Graduate Doldrums