This July, I challenged myself to finish a book I was writing and write 6 pages a day. I treated them as separate goals, considering I know I wouldn’t be able to write on one subject alone for a month straight. That’s just not how I work at all, and in order to encourage me … Continue reading Writing Sprints Experience
This July, I challenged myself to write 6 pages a day, every day for the month of July. (In a previous post, I talked about being inspired to do this from watching a video where George R.R. Martin and Stephen King had a chat.) Originally I had a mini-vacation planned that I was going to … Continue reading King Challenge 2017 – Results!
I’ve been a vacationer to both the beach and the mountains ever since I was little. When I leave my house, the adventure has to be worth it. After all; as an introvert, social activity is quite draining, so I want to spend whatever energy I have doing something that’s enjoyable. So I thought I’d … Continue reading Beach vs. Mountains: The Unending Debate
After watching many bullet journal videos on YouTube and seeing other students at my school use one, I decided to invest in a durable bullet journal for my writing. It’s a Nordic Blue A4 Leuchtterm1917, and it has squared pages. I almost wanted to get the pointed pages, however, I cross things off in my … Continue reading Bullet Journal!
As someone who once considered suicide, I appreciate this show. Don’t confuse this as a defense of the show and certain parts of its content; I’m not going to take a moral stance of whether this show is something simple as good or bad. I will, however, get rather personal with why I appreciated it, … Continue reading Why I Appreciate 13 Reasons Why
Last year I did my own writing experiment. I didn’t know if I’d be able to accomplish my goal, but I knew I wanted to try. It stemmed from a writer’s event that had Steven King and George R. R. Martin talking about their craft. About 50 minutes into it, one of my favorite exchanges … Continue reading King Challenge 2017
This year I forced myself to decide on some resolutions to follow. You know; the kind you make on New Year’s and then forget the next day? Or the other ones you try maybe once and then drop. This year I discovered a third kind; resolutions you actually follow through with. I made a video … Continue reading 2017 Resolutions: Halfway Check-In