A writer’s inner fight

There are deadlines for my deadlines Should I set another one? Print the page out and mark it up Is one word the difference between Acceptance and rejection? A house or a home? A school or a dictatorship? What's the difference between Ninety-nine words and a hundred? Should I edit this another day? The deadline … Continue reading A writer’s inner fight

Book review – I Give My Eyes… (Spoiler Free)

“I think that's the best gift a teacher can give—not imparting knowledge per se, but just saying "I see something in you. Maybe even more than what you see. I see it, and I love what I see in you.” - Brian H. Peterson Title: I Give My Eyes... Author: Brian H. Peterson Genre: Nonfiction … Continue reading Book review – I Give My Eyes… (Spoiler Free)

Healthy reminder:

To be a great writer, someone has to get upset with the writer’s work. Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But it’s true. Many famous writers, including J. K. Rowling, Ernest Hemingway, and John Green, all have been successful in their careers. But they also made some reviewers angry. One well-known author, Rudyard Kipling, had a review … Continue reading Healthy reminder:

Not acceptable stories

People always say writers can write whatever they want, but I doubt that's true. Some publication companies don't accept "cliché" or "unoriginal" ideas anymore, because it's harder to market just another vampire story now. Which, in turn, lowers the endless possibilities that writers can write about. Some of those outdated story plots include: Vampires Werewolves … Continue reading Not acceptable stories

Another Proud Writer Moment

Hello everyone! I got published on Friday Flash Fiction! I’m so excited that I got to do this opportunity again. My work can be seen on their WordPress page and their website. Now that I have tackled this mountain, it’s time to get accepted from more places!

A writer’s journey (part six) – editing jobs

Being able to write well isn’t the only thing it takes to be a writer. I’ve found being a valuable editor has helped me with my own writing as well. Editors have a keen eye for troubled story. They know the difference between times to use a comma and when to leave the words alone. … Continue reading A writer’s journey (part six) – editing jobs

Late bloomers unite

Another friend jumps up and down while I sit chained to a seat. Just another one really. It happens so much now that I have a blurred image of how it. One friend sends numerous question marks my way, shocked she could even be accepted to win. Another jumps off the bed and runs towards … Continue reading Late bloomers unite

Proud Writer Moment

After piles of rejection letters or people's critical advice, it's nice to be accepted every once in a while. Every writer needs to feel the appreciation for the wonderful creative pieces they have made. Last week, my flash fiction piece, "The Forgotten', has gotten accepted by Friday Flash Fiction. This makes me one step closer … Continue reading Proud Writer Moment