Fernweh. Solivagant. Paracosm. The words sound great, but what do they mean? Writers come across this issue all the time. Most of us are logophiles, which means we love words almost too much. We like words from different languages or just interesting words we find in general that no one knows … Continue reading Fancy Words
Writing every day used to be an ideal, a goal. I thought that I must be getting somewhere if I improved my skill every day. I had to be. How else was I going to improve other than just writing more? I'd write even if it wasn't good writing. To practice was to get better … Continue reading Writing Every Day
I changed my ways of getting books...a bit. As a child, I loved getting fresh books. The new book smell was intoxicating. I loved the idea of owning something that no one else had owned before. It was mine. But since I got to college, money and gifts hadn't come as much as they used … Continue reading Thrift the Books
Not all talented writers are well known, which is a shame. Hundreds of wonderful writers out there never get the recognition they need. One talented writer I’ve found recently is named Ajay Tulsiani with his piece, Takes One to Know One. His fiction story is about a woman in a terrible romantic relationship. She’s pleased … Continue reading Talented Writer – Ajay Tulsiani
As writers, we don't hear what we need to hear as often as we should. So, I shall tell you. It's amazing that you have an idea for a story. You sat down to write today? Great job! You wrote down a beautiful sentence? You go you! Wrote a paragraph? Fantastic! Wrote a page? Awesome! Wrote … Continue reading Every writer needs this
Before I write anything else, I want to thank JadeLM for being an incredible blogger and for nominating me for this award. (This award is one of my best birthday gifts yet.) Jade writes everything from book reviews to writing advice to short stories and more. Everything on her blog is great. You can check it … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award!