So I have a thing for TED talks. For those of you who haven’t heard of them, they’re insightful short videos about subjects ranging from engineering biology to, oddly, new ways to tie your shoes. Imagine my glee when I discovered a post by Aerogramme Writers’ Studio listing 13 TED talks about the story telling … Continue reading Writerly TED Talks
So I stumbled upon this lovely website called LiteraryRejections.com, and I have to say, after the few weeks I’ve had, this discovery was much needed. To be honest, I’ve been a bad writer lately. Not in the sense that I haven’t been writing, or that my stories have been crap (though some *special* lit mag … Continue reading Famously Rejected
It’s been a crazy couple of weeks; Easter season at work made for endless hours cupping chocolates, the move up to Burbank took a little longer than planned. I’ve been up here for almost five days and still haven’t gotten the chance to dig into all the boxes =/ The hardest part has been not … Continue reading All Moved In And Feeling Inspired
So this post will be a little different from the norm, as I don’t really like writing about my personal life. But I learned today that my most recent ex has moved on with someone who had claimed to be my friend. We haven’t talked in awhile, but I figured girl code still applied to … Continue reading Curiouser and Curiouser
So I’m in the midst of editing my second book. The scenes are becoming more vivid with each rewrite, each imagining of what exactly the characters are sensing and reacting to. This is quickly becoming one of my favorite parts of the writing process; trying to get into the head of the character, see what … Continue reading It’s Philosophical Pondering Time!