I’m going to be completely up front. The past 9 months have been excruciating. I’ve done more things for my development as a writer over this time period than I ever have. Growing up, I said I wanted to be a published writer, but I never did much to progress towards it outside of writing… Continue reading Honesty Corner: Getting Serious About Writing
LTUE Writer’s and Illustrator’s Conference 2020
The Life, The Universe, and Everything Writer’s and Illustrator’s Conference this year was awesome! I didn’t think I was going to be able to get to go all three days, but somehow my vacation hours added up and I was able to take the time off. I’m sure glad I did! I had a very… Continue reading LTUE Writer’s and Illustrator’s Conference 2020
Writing “Hacks” – Does Writing in Comic Sans Work?
Back during NaNoWriMo last year, I came across a post while I was Pincrastinating that said that writing in Comic Sans makes it easier for you to write when you have writer’s block. Oh ho ho, how convenient for me. I was, at the time, experiencing a huge writer’s block. I was desperate, so I… Continue reading Writing “Hacks” – Does Writing in Comic Sans Work?
Storytelling for Survival
Something that has been on my mind a lot lately has been why the heck humans need stories so much. It’s universal for us as a species. Everyone seeks out stories in one way or another, whether that be going to the movies, catching up with friends, or in any other medium. Humans have been… Continue reading Storytelling for Survival
National Novel Writing Month 2019: A Hinge Point
This past November, I performed the best I ever have for National Novel Writing Month. For those who don’t know, the Office of Letters and Light hosts an event where writers all over the world try their hand writing a novel (50,000 words) in a month. It is my favorite thing. I’ve hit the goal… Continue reading National Novel Writing Month 2019: A Hinge Point
Goals for 2020
Dang. Another decade gone, just like that. But you know what? New beginnings are beautiful. I’ve thought a lot about what I want to accomplish in 2020, and I don’t have many things written down at the moment. As it stands, I have defined two goals: Finish my first manuscript by March 31st 2020 Develop… Continue reading Goals for 2020