What makes you (or me) a writer? News Flash: It’s not the number of followers you have on Instagram. It’s not the amount of sales you’ve made on Amazon. It’s not the reviews you plead with readers to leave, or the glowing report from your grandmother. It’s not the comments on your blog. It’s notContinue reading “What Makes You a Writer?”
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A Beautiful Discovery . . .
One morning, I woke up early, around 5:15, and I didn’t want to fall back asleep for fear I would oversleep. So, after lying there for a while, debating what would keep me awake for the next forty-five minutes, I got up and started writing. And I have done the same every morning since then.Continue reading “A Beautiful Discovery . . .”
The Audacity of Writing
WRITING: verb. The exhausting process of exercising your brain until it melts into puddles of incoherent ramblings. Who would ever want to be a writer? Writing is a creative outlet, just like art or digital editing or videography. And like any good creative outlet, it stretches your brain. A lot. But, warning, writing comes withContinue reading “The Audacity of Writing”