Now Is The Time To Create And Seek Refuge Being an author isn’t a regular nine to five. I write to keep from saying things I shouldn’t. Writing inspires me to craft eloquent words, rather than wasting my time spewing out nasty ones. My relationship with jotting down my thoughts is like the process of refinement.… Continue reading A Writer’s Quarantine
Is it the Power of “Pretty” Women Or the Goodness of Mankind? I was just cruising along in my Charger, headed to my doctor’s appointment, when my ride suddenly brought itself to a yielding halt on the interstate. I’m telling you, I almost died! I was doing my absolute best not to panic, but I couldn’t do… Continue reading Just A Damsel In Distress
6 Tips For Writing From Start To Finish These are essential tips that you will need to know if you enjoy producing creative work. I find these ideas to be a useful motivation for completing my writing projects: Complete Thought Use a post-it or a notepad to write down your thoughts in a complete sentence… Continue reading Why Write Short Stories?
1.) Start the story with a hook 2.) Determine conflict and resolution before writing the plot 3.) Determine narrator/Point of View/Person (first person/I, third person/ he or she) 4.) Tense (Present, Past) 5.) Start scene late or close to action Photo by "My Life Through A Lens" on Unsplash 6.) Establish important characters and setting in less than… Continue reading 21 Tips For Creative Writing
Reasons We Need To Be Reminded That Black Lives Matter Memorial Day is a holiday paying homage to the ones before us who’ve contributed to this world. It could be a family member who was a teacher and taught many people, a father, a grandmother, a man of honor and duty. This is a day we’re… Continue reading Memorial Day & George Floyd