This is garbage. I'll never be good enough to make decent money doing this. I should just give up. Why do I try? Sure, I'm published, but am I any good? Probably not. Your family tells you they love your writing, but that's what they are supposed to say. Eventually, people will realize you actually … Continue reading On Impostor Syndrome
They say Stars are flaming balls of gas Burning a million lifetimes away, Warming the darkness of space With their glowing light I say Stars are what I see when her lips meet mine, Blinding me to all else At least for a time They say Stars have names that matter, That they point the … Continue reading Stars
AuthorTube Newbie Tag
Hey there, I know it's been a little while since I've posted. Life has become absolutely bonkers over here, and for a hot minute I wasn't sure if I was going to return. But thanks to my family's undying support and some good friends, I'm back in the saddle of life and ready to keep … Continue reading AuthorTube Newbie Tag
I’m a Published Novelist!
I did it! This is such a surreal moment for me: for as long as I can remember, I've wanted to be able to say that I've written and published a novel. Now I can say that, and it's no longer a dream. It's my reality. Pardon me for a minute while I do a … Continue reading I’m a Published Novelist!
5 Things Every Writer Should Have
When starting out in the world of writing, things can be a bit overwhelming. Whatever it is you want to write, you have to start somewhere. Blogs, short stories, novels, articles, screenplays... Each is so unique, but there are common questions that apply, no matter where you are starting and what your end goal is. … Continue reading 5 Things Every Writer Should Have
How to Write a Book (in 24 simple steps)
With my recent writing success has come a rather unexpected influx of questions. The most common question has come from both family and friends, and it requires a more in-depth answer than I can usually give. The question is, "So, how do you do it?" The simple answer? Inspiration strikes, and I put things on … Continue reading How to Write a Book (in 24 simple steps)