How to beat NaNoWriMo when your mental health doesn't agree with you!
Breaking down how American Horror Story and The Boy set up and delivered their incredible plot twists!
An interview with published author Shaelin Bishop about her outlining process and how it could help you.
As an avid fan of The Walking Dead and a member of the queer community, I’ve taken it upon myself to break down how the show chooses to represent queer characters and what they’re doing right and wrong.
Hi, everybody! Normally I wouldn’t be posting another in-depth post directly after the last one, but I figured this would be more helpful during NaNoWriMo, instead of at the end. The writing update will be next week instead. Last week I talked about ways I convinced myself to be productive when producing was the absolute … Continue reading How I Take Care Of Myself During A Writing High
Going over my projects for NaNoWriMo 2020 and my November goals!
Talking about my favourite horror tropes!
My time processing has been so fucked that I just checked the date, I really thought I was only going to be one day late with this post? And I won’t lie to you, I was just going to skip it entirely before remembering this is the last time I can use my spooky … Continue reading Biweekly Writing Update: i’m alive, barely
Going over my goals from Sept and the new ones for Oct!
A Little Background:
Hello hello! We’re doing something a little different this week. Normally at the end of each month, I share a recap of my monthly goals list on my studyblr, but since I have this website now, I’d like to start sharing some of my writing goals on here too! In 2018, I started keeping a list of 20-30 items that I wanted/needed to accomplish in the span of the next month. These aren’t obligations like “Do my homework” but rather extra things that help me take tangible steps towards my dreams of “Graduating from College” or “Publishing Storge” and include a variety of goals to try and keep me well rounded and healthy. I always add more than I could reasonably accomplish in the period, so I count the month as a “Win” if I mark off more than half of them. This method was borrowed…
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Hello, everyone. This post is late because I can’t stay awake for more than six hours and when I stand up, my vision blurs. How are you doing? I quit my job recently. I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this on social media before, but back when quarantine first started, my grandma bought me this … Continue reading Biweekly Writing Update: i am fucking tired
As some of you may know, the first two weeks of August for me was spent in a productivity tornado. I felt the best I’d ever felt emotionally and energy-wise in years. I was excited to get out of bed and I got plenty of things done every day, including time for mindless hobbies like … Continue reading Talking About Writing And Depression