12 books in 12 months isn’t much for a once avid reader but it’s been interesting to look back and see what books I read in my year after leaving religion.
This is a question I’ve asked myself for ages but in the last couple years I’ve realized more than a few answers. It’s something I love about my books but also something that bothers me…
It feels like everything’s falling apart but at the same time I know it’s pushing me in a good direction, it’s just hard to remember that sometimes when everything in life hits you at once.
This is definitely a new venture for me but I feel like I’m getting back in touch with why I love writing. It’s self expression, it’s self discovery, it’s life, it’s love, and it’s reaching out into the void to touch a soul that needs be related to and understood.
Hello new year! Goodbye wonderful terrible turbulent year of wonderful painful growth. I finally feel a bit like a normal human and god is that a good feeling.
I’m actually really excited for the holidays this year. It’s been a month of reunion and acceptance and that’s pretty epic. I had no idea me and my family would come so far in such a short amount of time and I’m ready to be a family again.
This year I may have missed the word count but I got around hurdles in my life and finished a first draft! Thank you for all of your support along the way!
While my good friend and roomie QuinInTheClouds succeeded at NaNoWriMo and beyond I lagged behind with such excuses as back pain, OCD, anxiety and procrastination but I still count this year a success and here’s why.
I find very few couples in fiction that I can get behind, but these are a few that I find interesting and why. I even found myself routing for a few of these… (I still wish people would write more diverse and well developed couples)
It’s NaNoWriMo 2018 and I’m busy writing away and vlogging the process but meanwhile let me bring you the quirky characters of my middle grade series and why I’m in love with them!