Throw it in Reverse

I'm sure I've talked about how important I think feedback is before, but here I go again, bear with me. I've had a pretty difficult time finding people I trust to read everything I've written and offer me some constructive criticism. On one hand, I totally understand that people have lives of their own that… Continue reading Throw it in Reverse

Lightbulb

I think I'm going to refrain from progress updates until I get closer to the end. There's just something about setting unrealistic goals publicly on a frequent basis that just bums me out. It bums me out when I don't meet them. It gives me this intense feeling of apprehension. On one hand, I think… Continue reading Lightbulb

Makes you think

So it's almost been a year since I started this blog and I guess I've just been reflecting on how it's changed over time. I started out writing about serious topics but instead of criticizing or trying to inspire a call to action, I just wrote about how they affected me for the most part.… Continue reading Makes you think

I’m doing it again

I'm finally taking my first genuine step into metafiction. I just crossed out a huge, and really important, section out of a chapter because I want my protag to repress the memory and I want the reader to be surprised later down the road when it pops back up. Feels pretty good though. This was… Continue reading I’m doing it again

On the Horizon

Had some trouble getting out of my mind last week. Had a bad sinus infection and an accompanying sinus headache for the better part of the week so it was really hard to concentrate. BUT I made a lot of headway as far as the end game of the novel is concerned. Ironed out some… Continue reading On the Horizon

Dearly Beloved

"Thinking of you, wherever you are. We pray for our sorrows to end, and hope that our hearts will blend. Now I will step forward to realize this wish. And who knows: starting a new journey may not be so hard, or maybe it has already begun. There are many worlds, but they share the… Continue reading Dearly Beloved