I’m a bad puzzle piece

Everyone has straight and curved sides They know what they want and They know what they’re good at – but I’m not one to follow the crowd I somehow molded my edges to a point To poke into everything and I can’t state a reason as to why I get my nose into so many … Continue reading I’m a bad puzzle piece

What to do with your not-so-great blogs

As a blogger, it’s critical to write the best posts to attract more people and keep your audience. But no one - not even the perfect blogger - can write amazing blogs every time. So, what do we do with the not-so-great ones? Do we delete them? That’d clean up the clutter, but wouldn’t that … Continue reading What to do with your not-so-great blogs

Book review – The Hate U Give (Spoiler Free)

“That's the problem. We let people say stuff, and they say it so much that it becomes okay to them and normal for us. What's the point of having a voice if you're gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn't be?” Title: The Hate U Give Author: Angie Thomas Genre: YA Fiction Pages: 444 … Continue reading Book review – The Hate U Give (Spoiler Free)

All writers = amazing and terrible

Sometimes I think I'm an amazing writer, but I'm also a terrible one at the same time. Some people love my stories no matter what. I can move them without meaning to. My words take them to whole new worlds. I bring out another side that doesn't happen often. But - with those same words … Continue reading All writers = amazing and terrible

Bad book reviews

I've noticed recently that I haven't reviewed a book that I don't like on this blog before. I have a few reasons for avoiding that. I'm afraid of being too negative. I don't want to trash a work of art that I know the writer spent years on. I don't want to act as if … Continue reading Bad book reviews

Terrible critiques vs amazing critiques

Every writer needs critiques. As I’ve posted here before, critiques from beta readers help writers improve their work. But that doesn’t mean that every critique a writer gets is helpful. Critiques point out what may not be working well in a story. But they’re all suggestions. No one has to follow word-for-word with what every … Continue reading Terrible critiques vs amazing critiques