Hi everyone! Today I’ll talk about writing in relation to tarot card reading! I’m going to try to improve and post more frequently. Thank you to all my followers. Using tarot as a writer There are so many ways that we can use tarot as writers. For example we can use tarot cards to: Get… Continue reading Tarot and Writing: 1
A No-writing Spell I’m trying to get out of a no writing spell. It’s been really tough because I’m still battling writers discouragement syndrome. That’s not a real thing by the way, it’s just what I’m calling it when a writer feels discouraged and doesn’t believe in his or her own writing. Follow What You… Continue reading Getting Out of a No-writing Spell
There’s an awesome Poem a Day thing going on over at the Writer’s Digest website! Check the newest one out here. I’m thinking of getting in on it, myself. I want to write more poetry! Does anyone have anything to share about making scrapbooks or journals? I’m excited, because I saw some beautiful hand-made journals… Continue reading Happy Spring! Poem a Day and Handmade Journals Fun
A Support System Recently I realized that I don’t have a proper writing support group. Sure, I have a critique group and I submit pieces or chapters to them twice a month, we meet and give each other feedback. But that’s not enough. To really see what I mean, look at the Acknowledgements page of… Continue reading We don’t have to go it alone!
As almost every writer knows, November is National Novel Writing Month, and many are closing in on that coveted 50,000 words as the end of November creeps around the corner… How is your NaNo going? Are you almost done with that novel? Or have you fallen behind and are despairing? Do you feel that your… Continue reading NaNoWriMo Fun
In honor of All Hallow’s eve, sacred to the druids of old, I am submitting a mystical piece instead of my “scary” piece (partly to honor the day as it was, and partly because – well, my scary piece was embarrassing! It isn’t scary at all). My disclaimer for this piece is that I wrote… Continue reading Happy All Hallow’s Eve!
When the writing is good, you feel it. “You feel it in your bones,” they might say in a story, as if good writing matches the creak we hear from our bones sometimes when we sit down, or kneel on a hard floor. When I revised my chapter one recently for the bazillionth time, I… Continue reading Feel it in your bones