It's a new year and a big canvas! I wish you many highs and lows, plenty of growth in your blogging, and new adventures just brimming with possibilities. This year, I'm committed to developing my own writing and pursuing publication for two of my works, The Swarm and the Flyer and its sequel, The Wrath and the Base. With A Quiet Place and Bird Box … Continue reading Happy 2019!
Good evening, WordPress community! I hope your night has been treating you well. I'm happy to report that I successfully moved into my new apartment this past weekend! There's nothing quite as peaceful as living alone, and I'm starting to get used to this newfound freedom. I'm also looking forward to hosting small dinners and … Continue reading The Swarm and the Flyer – Chapter 1 (Revised)
As I settle in to my role as a full-time writer, one obstacle after another has tried to chip away at my hope and chipper ideals for my future as a published author. I've had my fair share of personal losses, bouts of self-doubt and futility, and looming questions about which career path I'm meant to … Continue reading Reflections on Defeat and Embracing the Writing Life
Good evening folks! How is everyone doing? Tonight I would like to start a new blogging series called "Lessons to Practice." In each Tuesday night post of this series, I will summarize what I'm learning as I spend 2017 editing, rewriting, and refining my works. Each "Lessons to Practice" installment will also include a brief summary of … Continue reading Lessons to Practice #1: Writing Consistently and with Purpose
Salutations dudes and ladies! I hope you all are on the pleasant downslope of an already wonderful week. I got some much needed R&R time last night by hanging out with some friends, playing Resident Evil 7 with them, and cracking open a bottle of Glenlivet single malt scotch whiskey. Our cause for celebration? My best … Continue reading An Update: Current Reading and Editing
Hey everyone. Another wonderful week has come to a close, and I'm in the midst of seeking out supervisors and a job! The last step I have to take before sending off my LPC-I application is finding a supervisor who will oversee my work as I accrue 3,000 client hours. That's a lot of work ahead … Continue reading Where the Real Writing Begins: Editing and Outlining