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When The Writer Disappears

Do you ever find it necessary to disappear? The disappearance is not because of stress, anger or emotional pain, instead it is a time to withdraw into productivity. 241 more words


Penning a Plan: Why you have to set a time to write

As the new year hits, it’s important to have a plan to make your writing successful. One key piece some people overlook is setting a time to write. 427 more words


End, Begin, Again

The end of one year and beginning of the new, a blazing explosion, a fiery goblet, and a burning regret that leads to a wall-eyed morning and the numerical designation of 2017. 885 more words


2017: The Year Without A Resolution

I don’t like resolutions–I never really have. They’re one of those things that grate on me, like when people ask where I’ll be in five years or when exactly I plan to get a fucking book published. ¬† 612 more words


Finding time to write

Finding time to write can be as unproductive as procrastination, but it doesn’t have to be.

After a rather longer than planned hiatus, the time came for me to pick up my pen and get back into the writing groove.   415 more words

Creative Writing

A Thousand Words Before Breakfast

Since this is my first blog post of the New Year, why not talk about resolutions? I didn’t sit down and write out a list this year, though I have in the past. 752 more words

Writer's Life

Hello. Here are some words.

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged (so much so that the WordPress widgety interfacey thing has changed its appearance¬†again) but here I am, back in the new year, with a whole buncha plans. 595 more words

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