A Writer’s Crawl to Baby Steps

[Note: This is an old post from 2017 I forgot to publish] I’ve been frantically writing over the last few weeks/months. Thankfully, I caught the ‘inspiration wave’ and managed to surf for longer than usual. But, I think there’s an alternative explanation for why I’m still floating on the creativity wave: I  took a new …


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Fire and blood

Halloween. The day I become a Valyrian princess. I hate watching children take what’s rightfully mine. If my parents bought it, isn’t the candy MINE? Yet, children come like crowds of beggars to steal all the happiness I could’ve had. What am I to do, go trick or treating? What would I go as, a … Continue reading Fire and blood

Writers Need Sleep

Sleep: The unspoken component of writing. Rest is vital to brain function. But the amount of sleep a writer needs is often overlooked, unspoken of. I’m here to break the silence: The better rested I am, the more creative I become. I objectively notice sleep deprivation hinders my work progress. When I experience Writer’s Block, lack of … Continue reading Writers Need Sleep