There's a thought. An ephemeral inclination—a diminutive self-jest—that prods me to walk up to a stranger and say hello. Hello. How's your day? Your week? Your life? What makes you smile? What ails you? Who are you? Or the seductive temptation to give in to the lack of better self-preservation to smile and say hello to … Continue reading Sometimes, I just want to say hello
A clumsy, tacky question. It's not a question that many people ask writers but a question I imagine many writers have asked themselves at some point. Why do you write? Why do you write even though your work is shit? Why do you write even though it makes you miserable? Why do you write even … Continue reading Why Do You Write?
Hi, it’s me. Your average writer. You might have heard of me from my past works such as… who are we kidding? You have never heard of me. I’m a nobody. But I’m a nobody with some experience. Last time, I posted a blog about 4 Same Stupid Questions I See All the … Continue reading Explaining the 4 Common Answers & Advice Given to Beginner Writers
Growing up, it always bothered me when adults asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” They usually asked out of playful curiosity (though I'd later find out that sometimes they'd ask in order to judge a kid's character, by which they could judge his or her parents'). It's an almost recklessly … Continue reading When I Grow Up, I Want To Be…