I'll start with "Ash Born". Anyone who has followed my journey or known me for a while should have heard of "Ash Born" at least once. If not, I really have failed it. Ash Born is the first book I ever published, well, it wasn't always known by this name.
There are so many different types of writers out there, and they probably have different ways of improving or practicing their craft. I thought I would share with you the ways I am trying to improve my writing and develop personally, too. Here they are: Read every day: duh...I already do this but I'm also expanding … Continue reading Ways I’m Trying to Improve My Writing
This will be a short review, for this book isn't new and the author is well-known. It would be silly of me to tell you about this book because I'm sure you've all read it by now. Plus, this is actually the last John Green book that I've read; I've read all the others already. … Continue reading Book Review(ish): “The Fault in Our Stars” & Tahlia’s Memory
I find that perspective is the most important tool to checking yourself (or rather, getting yourself in check). As I've gotten older, I've found my ability to check-myself and put things into perspective has increased tenfold, and I'm writing this IEG article today about perspective because this morning I finished reading "The Fault in Our … Continue reading Perspective
You don't know that character, From that classic book. You don't know about food, Or even how to cook. You don't know the countries, That sit on our maps. You don't know the runners, That run all those laps. You don't know what film That actor was in, Or ways to exercise And … Continue reading “You Know Nothing” – Poem
On this, my 23rd birthday, I want to reflect (as I often do) on my 22nd year. What did I do? Where did I go? Did I grow? Here are the notable things that happened over the last year for me... Recent (Jan-Apr 2018) Spring Wolf Run completed despite my crappy body. I wrote my … Continue reading In my 22nd year…
It's not gonna make you any money It's not like a real job I don't really read, sorry. What do you write? Is it like Fifty Shades of Grey? Sorry to disturb you. Not busy, are you? You're always on your phone or laptop or writing something down. How many books have you written? (And … Continue reading Things Writers Are Tired of Hearing