So I failed NaNoWriMo. I could have written 50,000 words, but I didn't. I could have written everyday in the month of November, but I didn't. I could have finished my novel, but I didn't. I could be upset about my failure, but I'm not. The thing is, I did so much more this month … Continue reading I Failed NaNoWriMo, and that’s okay.
NaNoWriMo 2-Week Check-In
We are now 14 days into National Novel Writing Month. How am I fairing in the annual challenge? I'd say, about as expected. I was upfront with you all that I would be cheating. I didn't start a new novel from scratch, and I know myself well enough to know that setting a hard-word limit … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2-Week Check-In
Cringe and Cliche
I began writing poetry when I was 12 years old. I faithfully wrote, then typed, saved, and transferred every scrap of poetry, prose, and story that came was born from my mind. Yesterday, in hopes of finding something worth professional publication, I decided to go through every bit of my writing from the last decade … Continue reading Cringe and Cliche
Writing Challenge: Oct 9, 2017 Prompt: Write about a promise you made to yourself I promise that one day I will publish a book. It’s always been a dream of mine- a dream that I have not done much to fulfill. I don’t devote enough time to my unfinished novels, and there are many days … Continue reading Self-Made Promise
I wish I could write something that will change a life; Inspire someone. If someone could learn from the mistakes I’ve made, Or heal their wounds by reading of mine I will be content. My life wouldn’t have been a waste If one person could find solace in my words.