The Life of a College Writer

The Life of a College Writer

Here’s a list of my obligations (writing and otherwise) I had to fulfill this semester: writing papers between 6-8 and 10-15 pages, presentations (with essays), studio projects which needed 2+ hours of outside work, editing and shooting 60+ pictures for photography, writing and editing 2 stories a week for the student newspaper, writing professional editorials [...]

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Sided Update #4

Sided Update #4

Greetings, all! First off, I deeply apologize for the lack of blog posts as of recently. I have been swamped with work and term papers for college, which have taken precedent over my blog and personal writings. But, here we finally are with another Sided update. The journey has been slow and painful, but the [...]

NaNoWriMo 2017

NaNoWriMo 2017

I participated in NaNoWriMo for only two years. The first year, I completed my novel during the month, earning myself the title of 'winner'. The following year I participated, I made good headway into my story when I discovered that frankly, I was no longer invested or excited about the novel I was writing. On [...]

SIDED Update #3

SIDED Update #3

Hello everyone! These past few weeks have been absolutely crazy lately, and because of all the obligations and assignments that piled up, writing got to be EXTREMELY HARD. Not the writing itself, but finding the time to write was a huge struggle. I managed to scrounge together some leftover time to sit down and write. [...]

SIDED: Update #2

SIDED: Update #2

Good afternoon all. These past few weeks have been ridiculously rough. On top of my classes workload, two jobs (both in which I like having but hate how much time they consume), and my writing club which is slowly but surely getting back up on its feet again, my mental and physical health feel drained. [...]

Journal-phobia

Journal-phobia

Here’s a short list of great writers who have journaled: Thoreau, Woolf, Kafka, Lewis and Bradbury. These authors found solace and inspiration within journaling, most receiving publications for their journal entries. They not only used their journals as a means of daily documentation of thought or of the world around them, but in doing so, were [...]

Sided: Character Profiles

Sided: Character Profiles

Hello everyone, I've been steadily working on my newest YA novel: Sided. Thus far, I've surpassed 11,000 words, which I am quite proud of for being a full-time student and working two jobs. So far so good!  I've never made visual character profiles for any of my previous stories, but that all changes today! I [...]