Never Stop Writing

It is the first week of NaNoWriMo, and I'm barely able to keep up. I took a break from writing last month to keep myself from starting something I wouldn't be able to finish before November and to focus on Death's Door. I mainly worked on writing character notes and jotting down ideas, but I... Continue Reading →

Learning to See

I recently read an article about becoming a better photographer. The article suggested that for a year, you only shot film and do not edit any of your photos. I know it's absolutely impossible for me to shoot only film for a year, so I decided that I'm going to shot about 90% film and... Continue Reading →

Mad Dash to November

September is going by way too quickly. NaNoWriMo is now less then two months away. I'm not sure how other participants are preparing, but my one and only form of preparation is finishing my NaNoWriMo story from the year before. I've noticed that without the urgency to get down as many words on paper as... Continue Reading →

Back on Track

Summer has officially arrived. Which for me means hot and humid days and sweltering nights. But it also means longer days, so I actually have a chance to go out and take some pictures after work. After a very busy and stressful May, just being able to go out for a walk after work and... Continue Reading →

Goal Achieved!

For me, this year was so busy that I was actually afraid that I wasn't going to make it to 50,000 words. It was such a busy year with so much going on that making time to write was actually hard. I've never had so much going on at this one time of year that... Continue Reading →

Mini Break

I just got back from a mini staycation at the beautiful Disney Aulani Resort. For two whole days, I did nothing but relax, swim, and sleep. It was wonderful. I took my computer in hopes of doing some writing but by the time I would get back to the hotel room, all I wanted to... Continue Reading →

Writing Keeps Me Sane

Sometimes I forget just how necessary writing is to my sanity. Writing is how I relieve stress. Where some people keep daily journals, and other people shop, I create imaginary people living in fantasy worlds. Even if its only for an hour or two a week, writing is a necessity for me. But sometimes I... Continue Reading →

Why I suck at revising

Okay, so I officially suck at revising. I was always taught that the whole idea of revising is to take out the unnecessary bits and clean up the good stuff. I'm okay at cleaning up the parts that I like, it's the removing parts that I suck at. My problem is that if I take... Continue Reading →

Goal for the New Year

Like most everyone around this time of year, I come up with a New Year's resolution. More often than not, it has to do with losing weight, which I suck at by the way. I do okay for the first week or two, but then I fall off the bandwagon. It's hard to stay on... Continue Reading →

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