I'm 110% ready for the backlash I'm going to get for this one. I know a lot of people hate the word very. They hate the word very, very much. I tend to get defensive over the blacklisting of words that aren't harming anyone. I know that there are words we should remove from our … Continue reading In the defense of the word very.
I'm going to take a hard right here for a second, because today marks one year with my boyfriend. And though it's not writing related, I feel like some people might like reading about this. I've been in a wonderful relationship with a fantastic man for 365 days officially. I marked it on Facebook at … Continue reading One Year Together, Yet One Year Apart
Facebook is a dangerous place. It's full of fake news, spelling errors, and the great definitely defiantly plague of 2019. Okay, it's not that dramatic, but if you knew me...I'm always dramatic. This post is going to be short, but I wanted to help set the record straight about two words that end up in … Continue reading Definitely Defiant
For the past month I have… Written 12 commercial scriptsTotalling approximately 1250 wordsWritten 4 full blog posts and drafted about a half dozen moreWith over 6 thousand words total with all those postsAnd 0 out of 85,000 for my novel. I am currently failing the 85K in 90 days challenge. And as write this blog … Continue reading I am failing but that’s okay
New Year resolutions type blocks provided by StockPhotoSecrets.com It’s officially two weeks into the new year and if you’re anything like me, you’ve either completely forgotten to make a resolution yet, or completely broken said resolution. Last year I did something a little different since I started the year off heartbroken and dying of Mono … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions
I have to be honest with you. I’m not very good at these. Introductions just always feel so awkward. There are usually handshakes and awkward smiles. I’m terrible at handshakes. My hands sweat too much. I tend to feel better when I’m in the middle of something. When you’re no longer stuck on introductions and … Continue reading Welcome to the Blog