I have to confess something to you, followers. It’s pretty thrilling when you find out that someone deemed you worthy enough to feature you on their blog in any fashion. It’s exciting to know that people are taking notice of you. I don’t have a huge following, but I am grateful for each and every … Continue reading Answers to Kyle Overstreet’s Author Questions
Every year around this time, I start picking out Christmas storybooks to read. I mostly do it because even as a woman in my 20s, I still enjoy the stories. I have an inner child that comes to life this time of year. However, I do it so that I can recommend them to my … Continue reading Christmas Book Recommendations for Little Ones
I was on YouTube today listening to an old NaNoWriMo playlist. It was the one from my very first NaNo - also my first win. I reached the 50,000 words that November. The story wasn’t finished by a long shot, but I haven’t touched it at all in the 3 years since. The following winter, … Continue reading 3 Signs You Might Need to Scrap Your Story
I constantly keep a notebook with me. I have a full sized one on my bedside table. I carry a tiny one in my purse. And I have several others laying here and there around the house. I do this so I can write down those little sparks of ideas that could one day turn … Continue reading Write. It. Down.
It’s days like today when everything seems to be going wrong that I wonder exactly why I thought it would be a good idea to revolve my livelihood around creativity. I’ve been sitting here for several hours trying to figure out what to put down on the page. And this follows getting frustrated with my … Continue reading Trying to Climb Out of a Creative Slump