Blogs without the love (2017)

Sometimes with the way the world works, not all of my posts are known well. Some of my best posts have drowned in the water before it could swim. Not many new people will look back on them anymore. However, just because they're old, doesn't mean they're lost forever. As the year comes to an … Continue reading Blogs without the love (2017)

Why I write

there's no greater movement inside of me than when their faces shine bright from something I've created from nothing the something may make me cry make me fall into self-doubt but there's beauty from the pain the beauty brings smiles onto people's faces the smiles give me a rushed feeling the rushed feeling beckons me … Continue reading Why I write

Real life in fiction

“Hey,” Jenny asked me one day, “isn’t this character doing like what we talked about the other day?” I glanced over, looking down at the laptop. It had one of my recent stories. I was thinking about expanding it more, but I wasn’t sure at the time. I did recognize the character’s actions though. “Yeah,” … Continue reading Real life in fiction

A fake unknown lie to writers

‘Your stories are amazing,’ Jacob texts me one afternoon. ‘There’s no way it can get better. I tried to find a way and I couldn’t.’ Liar. ‘Send some more stories my way!’ I bite the inside of my bottom lip, trying not to show too much emotion. Even if he’s not in the room to … Continue reading A fake unknown lie to writers

My major writing problem

Whenever I write a novel, I come across a major problem. I’ve created this entire world down to the smallest detail. I know where the mountains end and become the flat lands that will meet a river. I can picture where all the enemy camps are. I know the history of many different families for … Continue reading My major writing problem

Writer’s block is okay

I stared at the screen, but nothing worked. No matter how the words formed on the page, it was all wrong. Nothing– No. That’s wrong. Let’s start over again. I stared at the screen, but nothing worked. No matter what way the words formed on the page, it was all wrong. Nothing– The air around … Continue reading Writer’s block is okay