Overcoming

There’s a magnet on my refrigerator that I purchased when I visited the American Writer’s Museum. It says: “write drunk EDIT SOBER.” It’s a poignant message and one that I need to hear on a consistent basis. Like many many many writers, I tend to allow my anxiety to question every step of my writing … Continue reading Overcoming

Lacking

I am full of grand ideas. They aren’t necessarily “grand” in quality, rather they are “grand” in that usually it means I would be biting off more than I can chew. (Given the way I eat, one would think that very tough to accomplish.) This week, another came to me. But it’s one that I … Continue reading Lacking

Five Projects

Five is really too many. I have five projects that need to be edited, revised, beta-read, and then revised again: Gravity 4 Gravity 5 Antlers Soar Of Earth and Ice It’s roughly 275,000 words of writing overall that I need to go through. And that doesn’t count the numerous short stories I’ve been working through. … Continue reading Five Projects

A Past Event, Updates, and Plans

It has been a month since I last wrote anything consistently. Shortly before going on vacation, I stopped worrying about writing, instead focusing on getting ready for Disney and Universal Studios in Orlando. It was a big vacation, and I didn’t want my writing to interrupt quality time with family. (Of course, as most writers … Continue reading A Past Event, Updates, and Plans

What I Wrote in August

Both a good and bad month, August was the month of lessons. It was of learning to better juggle my hobby of writing with the increasing demands of work and home while also battling against my own digital addictions. It was of learning to deal with others through my own mental barriers. It was of … Continue reading What I Wrote in August