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Day 16 – Something You Always Think ‘What if’ About – 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 16 - Something I Always Think “What If…” About 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 16 – Something I Always Think “What If…” About 30 Day Writing Challenge To start my 30 Day Writing Challenge from the beginning, start here. This seems strange, but I always think about this one time in fourth or fifth grade. It was time for the monthly skate parties my school used to have. Nearly the entire school was ... Read More »

Day 15 – My Zodiac Sign – 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 15 - My Zodiac Sign - 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 15 – My Zodiac/Horoscope – Does it Fit My Personality? 30 Day Writing Challenge To start my 30 Day Writing Challenge from the beginning, start here. I am a Cancer. When I was younger and found out my zodiac sign was Cancer, I was terrified. You see, I was convinced that I would get cancer and die. Well, even ... Read More »

Just Saying…

Just Saying, Complicated is Getting Complicated I’ve been trying to write lately, and it’s been difficult. It feels like each time I think I’m on track, the characters take me in a totally different direction, and I have to go back and make changes so that everything makes sense. It’s driving me nuts, but I think Complicated, or Complications (I ... Read More »

Cure For Writer’s Block #009 – Start a Writing Challenge

Cure For Writer's Block #009 - Start a Writing Challenge

I decided to start a 30 Day Writing Challenge, you can track my progress here.  Truth is, it’s hard to make sure that you are truly setting time aside each day to write. But, I love it, and I love making lists and I thought, what better way to get over the dreaded writer’s block, than starting a Writing Challenge ... Read More »

Being a Writer is Hard Work – Thank You to My Fans

Being a Writer is Hard Work

Being a Writer is Hard Work Every writer, at least I think every writer is terrified that what they write won’t be good enough. We agonize over our words and stay up late at night trying to imagine something clever or sexy or engaging enough to keep elevate our stories to the next level. We write and rewrite and still ... Read More »

Top 30 Most Common Fears

What are you afraid of? Here’s a list of the Top 30 Most Common Fears Fear of Snakes Fear of Heights Fear of Flying (on a plane) Fear of Public Speaking Fear of Darkness and Dark Places Fear of Not being able to Escape Fear of Spiders Fear of Terror Attacks Fear of Rejection Fear of Small Confined Spaces Fear ... Read More »

Cure for Writer’s Block #005

I just wanted to say that I love the beach. No matter what kind of day you are having, it’s always a good one when the sand is  between your toes and the wind is tangling your hair. I didn’t originally intend this post to be a Cure for Writer’s Block,  but you know what? What other place is better ... Read More »

My 100 Favorite Words in the English Language

As a writer, words are my primary tool, and finding words that express exactly what you’re feeling is the best thing in the world. Here is my list of my ultimate favorites. Hopefully, you will find some that you don’t know. Abash – cause to feel embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed. Abnegate – renounce or reject (something desired or valuable) Acclivity ... Read More »

Cure for Writer’s Block #004

Cure for Writer’s Block #004 Still looking for the cure for writer’s block? Hopefully, this will help. “She likes him, he likes her. Everyone knows. Except them.” Oh, the goodies you could write for this image. Have these two been friends for long? Have they just met? Are they dating other people? Is there some external conflict that is keeping ... Read More »

Cure for Writer’s Block #003

Cure for Writer’s Block #003   My newest obsession is Tumblr – as if you couldn’t tell by my Facebook and Twitter – and I find such interesting posts there. I like to take those images one step further and try to think of how I could expand them into a writing exercise. For this installment of Cure for Writer’s ... Read More »