We all have ‘those times’. You finally get an idea for a story and it grips you enough for you to put your fingers to the keyboard. You start typing! It’s awesome! It’s monumental! It’s…run out of steam. Here’s how I solve that problem.
What’s the one thing all writers have in common? Yeah, that’s right, they write! If you want to become a writer, the best time to start is today and this is how you do it.
“What do I need to know” can include: What’s on the shopping list? How do I get up and face the day when I feel like crap? What’s missing from that character arc? Where did I put my left shoe? Do they make vibrators that can be controlled from across the world? (Spoiler alert, yes, they do!) Where do I want my business to go, and what can I do to make it grow?
I choose to move forward, I choose who I am, and I choose how I am going to live, one day at a time, every day, for the rest of my life.
Have you ever had one of those days where you wake up, open your eyes and just go, ‘NOPE’? That was me today. I rolled over and went back to sleep, blessedly ignoring the world outside of my dreams. It was clear that my body needed the rest but when I finally got up, I was COMPLETELY out of whack.
We wouldn’t expect a child to be perfect the first time they rode a bike, so why do we expect ourselves to produce a masterpiece the first time we pick up a pen?
What do we do with the time we’re given and how do we live a quote-on-quote ‘good life’? This blog explores just that, through the lens of an erotic writer and mother of two fur babies.
Dear Diary, sorry I haven’t written in a few days. I just haven’t felt up to it.
I’m never drinking again, and now there’s a video of me stripping naked in the town square and running through the water fountains declaring that I’m the Goddess of Love circling the campus.
When I find out who took it, I’m gonna kill them.
So, it turns out, I’m an accidental genius. Yeah, I know, I’m sooo modest about it, but the professor loved my plan. Like, really loved it. I made that shit up in five minutes on the bus ride to class!
Breaks are important. you are not an infinite source of energy and you do have to take time to recharge. You have a choice, and you can decide where to spend your energy and how much of it you want to give.