Creativity, Covid-19, and Closure

Hello, fabulous people on a Friday! I don't know where to begin, so let's start with some good news! I'm currently reading Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia. I will be writing a review and most likely publishing it as a video on YouTube (#BookTube) provided that I am successful … Continue reading Creativity, Covid-19, and Closure

JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 29 and 30

Today and yesterday, I did some much needed world-building research. I battled impostor syndrome, FOMO, and self-rejection. Battered, bruised, and laced with scars, I reflect on a slice of what's going on in my writer's life. 🙂 During and of course in between researching, I took a lot of notes, revised some wobbly, messy bits. … Continue reading JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 29 and 30

JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 21 and 22

Yesterday was Father's Day. I wrote off and on throughout the day in between other stuff (giving my husband some much needed free time to himself), producing trickles of words every now and then on the pages of my handy, dandy notebook. I have yet to transfer the words from paper to computer. Today, I … Continue reading JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 21 and 22

JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 19 and 20

On Friday, I wrote only a couple hundred words for my WIP in between submitting work to markets. On Saturday, I wrote a couple hundred more and editing the first five pages. Though I haven't been meeting my daily minimum word count goal, I'm glad that I'm still writing every day. Every word counts. 🙂 … Continue reading JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 19 and 20

JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 16 and 17

Yesterday, I wrote only 984 words. Boo hoo hoo! Today, I did a little bit better. I love cats. And though I love cats that doesn't mean I don't have a place in my heart for dogs: especially HUSKIES! They're sooo cute! Yesterday and today, I was researching different types of cats that would work … Continue reading JuNoWriMo 2020 Days 16 and 17