So it might be a little late... I mean, two weeks of January are already gone, but I am feeling in need of some solid goal setting. New Year's goals are good, and I feel like I've set some good ones, but at the same time, they're big, and need breaking down. A little. Or … Continue reading January 2019 Quarterly Goals
Once more, it's the New Year, it's the 1st of January, and as always it feels like a new slate. A fresh chance to start new with new and better intentions. I like the new year much better than Christmas, I like the chance it gives me to make a better life (and I know … Continue reading Reflections of an Unknown Writer – New Year Goals!
It's been a busy year, and it's ending on a busy note. For the last week I've been buried in books reading for one of my English literature assignments, which, honestly, I wish I'd started reading for a few weeks ago. Another lesson learned. The entire year has been a steep learning curve, and that's … Continue reading Soulful Sunday – Christmas 2018 and New Year 2019
This past week I've finished my first semester at university. These are the lessons, summed up, I've learned from it: 1. Always be prepared. You do not want to be the person in the workshop/seminar who doesn't know what to say. Or says something completely wrong because you haven't done the reading, or enough reading. … Continue reading Soulful Sunday – First University Semester Lessons
I've been writing. Sort of. Mostly I've been editing. I am excited in a nervous kind of way to be finally editing draft 3 of Elondria. I've decided to make some changes that I think will really make it stronger. The intention, originally, was to start querying agents this year. That didn't happen. Time and … Continue reading Reflections of an Unknown Writer: Lessons Learned
Weekly thought & writing update. Words Writing has happened, despite me disappearing. I promise. I've been working on Into the Unknown, and on some flash fiction. I've been reading a lot more than I've been writing again, which is okay, it goes in cycles. You have to feed the creative muse in order to keep … Continue reading Words & Thoughts – Weeks 34-38
Weekly thought & writing update. Words Honestly, writing has taken a backseat again the last two weeks. Other things have taken priority. Which is frustrating, but also life. I think my problem is that I haven't really been prioritising my writing/editing. I've been unsure exactly what to prioritise this summer. I have so many projects … Continue reading Words & Thoughts – Week 32 & 33
Weekly thought & writing update. Words I am currently editing Into the Unknown, and I've decided to not use wordcount to measure my progress - I'm working in a bit of a confused manner at the moment, so I'm not going to try to explain here, but I'm finding that measuring my work in time … Continue reading Words & Thoughts – Week 31
Ah, summer, what power you have to make us suffer and like it. ~Russel Baker July...has been a heatwave. And I have changed my mind- I like the winter better than the summer when the summer is 30 degrees Celsius! It has been incredibly difficult to get anything done. My life has basically been sat … Continue reading July 2018 Wrap-up!
Weekly thought & writing update. Words I've written. I've been writing Into the Unknown, and I've finished the section of editing I was working on. It's all too complicated to try and explain, to be honest, but I have learned a lot this week about editing, and started to find my way of doing it. I'm … Continue reading Words & Thoughts – Week 30