55 songs to inspire creativity

What are we? Writers! What do we need? Musical inspiration! Well, of course. Here’s some songs I’ve found that have either sparked a story, motivated me to write, or inspired me in general. (I know there’s a bunch of songs, but I did go through over 1,500 songs.) Believe in Me – Demi Lovato Bleeding … Continue reading 55 songs to inspire creativity

Crazy writer’s daydream

As writers, we daydream so much. This is great for creative stories, because we have the best imagination in the land. From those daydreams, we can create narratives no one’s ever heard of. We can make more than any non-creative person ever thought of before. But you know what comes from those daydreams? A dream … Continue reading Crazy writer’s daydream

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

Positive writing times

There’s this negative aroma around the writing profession at times. So, in case you have forgotten recently, I will enlighten you with some amazing writing facts. More people read these days, which also means more chances of your work getting found, read, and liked. It’s alright if you’re writing more than one story at once. … Continue reading Positive writing times

Book review – How to Write Good (Spoiler Free)

“I’ve always set my expectations low and then been pleasantly surprised when a video did well. I’ve found that this is the best way to avoid being disappointed: Lowball yourself in life, and you’ll be fine.” Title: How to Write Good Author: Ryan Higa Genre: Non-fiction Pages: 224 Publication date: May 30th, 2017 Publisher: Little Brown … Continue reading Book review – How to Write Good (Spoiler Free)

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

Deadliest phrase for creative people

“Next, let’s critique Robin’s piece.” My college professor smiled as everyone in the class pulled out my piece, except me. I felt their eyes turn to me. It didn't help that we all sat in a circle, facing each other. I had nowhere to hide. My teacher might have said the title of my story … Continue reading Deadliest phrase for creative people

Sneaking around to write

For the last few days, I've been sneaking around. Or at least I feel like it. I have everything I need: iPhone, iPad, and a Mac laptop. Trading between them, I always have something to write on even when I'm supposed to do something else. Nothing can stop me from writing. Writing isn't something I … Continue reading Sneaking around to write

Book review – Lady Midnight (Spoiler Free)

“That's not the spirit of the law, Emma. Remember? The Law is hard, but it is the Law." "I thought it was 'the Law is annoying, but it is also flexible'.” Title: Lady Midnight Author: Cassandra Clare Genre: YA fantasy Pages: 698 Publication date: March 8th, 2016 Publisher: Simon & Schuster As Cassandra Clare always does, … Continue reading Book review – Lady Midnight (Spoiler Free)