It's easy to get stuck during NaNoWriMo. After writing 31,673 words in 19 days or perhaps even 5,000 words in a few days, what else could be written? The story has a plot, but there's no clear path of where the story is going. I've gotten to this point a lot during this NaNoWriMo. Before … Continue reading Stuck in NaNoWriMo
I got the wonderful opportunity to interview Brian H. Peterson. Brian is a multitalented artist that writes books, takes photos, plays music, and more. I wrote a book review about his book earlier this month. Thank you, Brian, for this lovely opportunity. What inspired you to write this book? Was it an event or did an idea … Continue reading Author interview with Brian H. Peterson
Us writers explore the Internet during our many writing breaks. We usually end up starting chats or finding funny photos or looking up the specific type of the metal people used in the mid 1800s and how dangerous it could be. Personally, I love finding writing photos on Pinterest. I decided to share some of … Continue reading Writing photos
There's always awards - a winner - when it comes to creative arts. A favorite to pick. But it doesn't have to be that way. I attended a music festival a while back. I stood surrounded by creativity of different genres and styles. A line stood between the artists in the middle of the day; … Continue reading Less than or equal to?
For the past year, I had the lovely opportunity of being the nonfiction editor for the North Texas Review (NTR). Through this internship, I chose stories that would be published, communicated with writers/artists, edited stories, and more. I'm proud of all the writers and artists that have been accepted it into NTR, whether for the journal … Continue reading Internship’s Best Stories
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)
Over the past year, I read almost fifty books. Thanks to college, I probably read more than that. With so many great stories, it was difficult to choose one to look back on for 2017. So, instead, I chose a whole list of them. Hollow City (Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children, #2) - Ransom Riggs This … Continue reading Books of the Year (2017)