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What do you do with infuriating reviews?


I won’t even defend the grammatical correctness of that statement in the picture: EVERYBODY has an opinion, most of them WRONG.

WRITERS put their opinions out into the world where anyone can read them. 1,014 more words

The Creative Process

The Dream...

I sit here riddled in pain. Physically, mentally, emotionally, utterly exhausted and tired, daydreaming about winning the lottery, publishers clearing house, or the HGTV dream home.  419 more words

Error 404: Brain not found

Sometimes my brain just doesn’t want to cooperate. Which is kind of a problem for a writer. You might assume that I mean writer’s block but I am a firm believer that there is no such thing. 395 more words


Brain Fog Sucks

Still…to this day….BRAIN FOG is one of the worst things about this F**King disease.

I hate not remembering.

I hate saying things completely wrong…even though what is in my head is correct. 30 more words

Meniere's Disease

The pain of discovering typos in published work


Pride goeth before a fall

I know that. I expected that. And my typo rate was, I thought, rather low, especially considering that I ended up being, for reasons too long to go into, my own proofreader. 1,159 more words

CFS - Living And Writing With ME/CFS/CFIDS

What does brain fog feel like?

Brain fog is probably one of my most common symptoms. The term itself gives a fairly good idea of what it is and how it affects you, but everyone is different and my brain fog has definitely changed over time. 437 more words


Surviving A Christmas Break-In

“For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it must come completely undone. The shell cracks, its insides come out and everything changes. To someone who doesn’t understand growth, it would look like complete destruction.” 1,745 more words