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Write What You Know? Don't have to!

I’ve taken a number of workshops throughout the years as a “writer.” To me, they’ve ranged from anywhere to practical exercises of actual writing and feedback to mostly reading about the craft. 329 more words

Writing Tips

Update on what's going on

So…right now I’m lying in bed when I should be going out for my work out. School is about to start and I don’t hate it because it’s college but it’s annoying because I have to be reminded of the real world. 161 more words

Thoughts On Writing

Evermore #ShortStory

I love how music influences ideas and writing. I was listening to my playlist for Ray of Night (the story I wrote during NaNoWriMo 2015… 276 more words

Thoughts On Writing

The Speculative Basement:

Through the Wardrobe

C.S. Lewis and Lewis Carroll.

I always got the two confused when I was younger, with the Lewis’s and the “C” names … but they actually had more in common than just slightly similar names. 404 more words

Thoughts On Writing

Peaks and Valleys

Rejection can be incredibly painful. In the writing world, it can sometimes be even more so. Our written words come from inside of us, the story we tell, and having it rejected or critiqued is like purposefully baring our souls to the lash. 315 more words

Personal Thoughts

The Rest of The Year

How have you been? I’ve been sick a week with a yet unidentified non-infectious virus.┬áNo writing done but lots of thoughts on same. As I struggle to get back to the keyboard, this timeline presents itself: 155 more words

Freelance Writing

Podcast: Self-publishing, Social Media & Writing Commercially with Michaelbrent Collings

http://www.thisishorror.co.uk/tih-107-michaelbrent-collings-on-self-publishing-social-media-and-writing-commercially/

‘In this podcast Collings talks about self publishing, social media, writing commercially and much more.

Show Notes:

Interview start/first experiences with story
Self-publishing/making money full-time writing… 75 more words

Horror & "The Weird"