You are a savage beast. And I want you to tear me apart limb by limb. Leave nothing of me, make a job of it, relish in it, savor it. But do not enjoy it. Grow delirious from it, mad from it. Grow so wild that it becomes unbearable, that you need to dismantle me.
ALL HALLOWS WRITE TAG! I was tagged by Nicole Pierman to do the All Hallows Write Tag! I made a video which is posted below, but I also thought it’d be fun to do this tag in blog form. Sam Kassé is the original creator of this tag. I’ve left her and Nicole’s social media
Happy Preptober week two! For those of you who are new to my blog, you can find my NaNoWriMo week one goals here. This week of NaNoWriMo is a little harder to prep for because if I don’t manage to accomplish last week’s goals, I’ll have to finish them this week. My goals for week
These are the songs I’ve been listening to on Spotify to help my writing this week! Happy listening 🙂
**Good song to listen to while reading** (Not Quite) Little Lies My mother once told me that it was okay to tell a little, white lie. She told me that unlike Pinocchio, my nose would not grow, and I would not be punished. Her only caveat was that it had to be a small lie,
For the writer filled with self-doubt; it seems as though every other writer has known their entire life that they were born to write. Like every kid, I lived in a world of my own creation. I crafted intricate stories for my dolls, went on adventures to imaginary lands, played chess with my friend Rainbow
One of the most important things a writer needs to do before their book is started or finished is to market themselves and generate interest in their product. Writers need to show readers why they should care about their work and what makes them unique as an author. While we know what we have to
“One coffee please,” she said with a hint of a smile on her lips. Coffee was where they did their daily dance. Every morning she made the trek to the off-campus coffee shop, and he pretended not to know he was the reason why she inconvenienced herself. “Coming right up,” he murmured under his breath