Writing, when it comes, is a glorious waterfall of emotions and glory. The feeling is one I can hardly describe. … Continue reading Writing: The Struggle is Real
A short read about researching some taboo topics that makes you think about your own research methods as a writer. … Continue reading Fwd: Spotlight on Ava Marsh — Bibliophile Book Club
Several years ago, almost eight, I spent 2 days in my family’s cabin on the lake writing the next, great … Continue reading Looking back over my book Hardboil High: Freshman
Enjoy editing or do not enjoy editing? #amediting — Nathan Weaver 🐼 (@babylontales) June 29, 2016 via WP for Windows … Continue reading
Ever since last Fall, I took on a couple of writing projects. The first was publishing the Josephine the Dragon stories by Taylor Christine on the blog. The second was writing the next installment in the I Will Kill You for $5 project.
But, alas, it felt like I had really fallen behind on the blog and writing in general. Life has been crazy, to my credit. However, as is the case a lot, I dump on myself a lot about writing.
Not writing is harder than writing. — Ksenia Anske (@kseniaanske) June 8, 2016 Whenever you feel like writing is too … Continue reading Words to write by
I’ve been awfully quiet on the eastern front lately. Lots of other things have been engulfing my time as of late. But when I can, since October, I’ve been working on a short story for my good friend Jessica Wright. It was part of my I Will Kill You for $5 project, but I was giving it away as a thank you for her and her boyfriend helping out with recording my first ever comedy gig. Well, what should have been a quick short story, has been getting longer and longer, and more complex as I go. Continue reading “About a story and updates”