Good afternoon all, I've found a fun and useful resource! It's great for writing or self-work (self-work as in, working to improve yourself, via activites such as journaling, studying communication, or mindfulness exercises). It's called The Atlas of Emotions. The Atlas of Emotions shows the connection between an event happening, and the feeling that arises… Continue reading The Atlas of Emotions
Good morning all, I am late yet again! I am so sorry to be posting on a Thursday, and I will keep trying to be better and post on my promised WordPress Wednesdays. I got caught up in writing, and studying Nonviolent Communication, as well as spending some virtual time with friends. Next week, I… Continue reading Dream Journals for Inspiration
Happy April and happy spring, my friends! Today I am feeling a little under the weather, but I am excited for April, for Camp NaNoWriMo, and for the first book review of April! Today I am reviewing a controversial and scholarly nonfiction book, titled The End of Evolution? by Martin Lyons. Lyons is a local… Continue reading Book Review: The End of Evolution?
My friends, I am excited to announce that for the first time ever, I will be participating in Camp NaNoWriMo! For those who don't know of it already, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and is a challenge wherein one tries to write 50,000 words in the month of November. Some people think it… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo!
Dear writers and readers, As I am busy writing and working on some projects, I would like to keep today's post short. My apologies for tardiness! The time change has been difficult for me to adapt to, leaving me tired and forgetful. Have you ever done a drawing or other media art piece of a… Continue reading Try it out!
Reviewing Haruki MurakamiHappy middle-of-the-week, all! Today I am feeling tired and it's tough to scrape myself off of my desk chair, while at the same time, it's a struggle to sit back down in it after time outside. There is something rough about being in an office day after day, for me, especially as spring… Continue reading Book Review: Haruki Murakami’s “After Dark”
Hello, friends! My apologies for not posting yesterday, on Wednesday. I had a rough day, and am still somewhat going through it. But, I will be posting again on Wednesdays as usual, starting next week. In addition to reviewing After Dark by Haruki Murakami, who we discussed in another post, I'm going to be reviewing… Continue reading “Sometimes Writer’s Block = Depression”
Hello everyone, Today I'm sharing a snippet of my own writing, a piece of history, if you will. Currently I'm working on a YA historical novel set during the American Civil War era, as well as researching publishing a poetry chapbook the traditional way. If you have any ideas or resources, let me know! 1850s… Continue reading A Piece of History
HOW IT BEGAN... Ok my friends, this...this is going to be a doozy of a post, indeed! I'll explain why a bit later. First of all, a few of you responded to my poll from the post two weeks ago, where I asked what content you'd like to see on this blog in 2021. I… Continue reading Book Review: “Tempests and Slaughter” YA Fantasy by Tamora Pierce
Good afternoon my friends, How are you today? I wanted to start this year off right, and since we're still in February, I thought it would be a good time to ask you: What do you want to see on this blog more? In the past I've had readers respond wanting more book reviews, more… Continue reading New Content for 2021!