This post parallels my previous writing process post, I just hope I’m not the only one out there who relates to this. I’ve talked about the writing process being different for everyone. Each of us works differently. Today I wanted to write about how we learn differently. Reading through various author interviews, talking to other… Continue reading The Learning Process
This parasite claws its way inside of me. The blackness replacing my veins. Everyone can see. The truth that consumes me.
This is a picture of a painting I drew in 2012 in school. I never handed it in for a grade, never showed it to my teacher. In front of me was a black piece of paper, every color imaginable, and nearly every tool anyone could use to create a master piece. Although I never… Continue reading Earth
The strangest thing happened to me yesterday and I’m not really sure how I feel about it. There’s this little town not too far from my house, where my dad lives. He spends most of his time there since it’s a cute town along the Hudson and basically knows every bar tender and owner along… Continue reading Don’t look at me, I’m naked.
Three books down! A Better Tomorrow by Ian Keeney Summary: Jordan is the unassuming guinea pig coerced into the highly secretive and controversial experiment where his consciousness is shifted from the here and now to a different body in the past in another universe. He is given a second chance to save his fiancée’s life… Continue reading Indie Summer Reading
For every single writer out there, is a different process. There is no one way to create a story and every way is not going to work for everyone. I hate this misconception people have about the proper writing technique. There isn’t one. I don’t care what university you attended, that’s bullshit. In reality, writing… Continue reading The writing process
Two whom it may concern, This is how I begin every journal entry with the hopes one day someone may stumble upon it. The idea of keeping a journal and writing in it every day even if I don’t feel like it came from my best friends house. She lives in historical home built during… Continue reading An Open Letter
Book Two complete! A Brief Stay at Earth Human Camp by Marie C. Collins Summary: Once you find out your mother is an alien, what ISN’T possible?! That’s what 12-year-old Anne and 10-year-old Atticus Reade want to know. Minutes after learning that their mother is from the planet Farbookonia and that their parents’ secret project… Continue reading Summer Reading
Moving forward from the depressing topics for a while, here’s a picture of the sunset from a few nights ago! Pretty, right? Unfortunately, what I actually want to write about I couldn’t capture on my crappy Ipod, but I can tell you about it. This was taken on Sunday and what happened once the sun… Continue reading Fire in the sky
When I write these blog posts, they’re almost like journal entries, except I’m broadcasting to the world. As I’ve said throughout numerous posts, this has been the most difficult year of my life simply for the reason that I’m growing up and realizing I have a lot of negativity in my life weighing me… Continue reading Don’t forget about you